3
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3answers
113 views

How to Block Access to Standard Login Flow and Comment Flow

I've set up custom flows on my Wordpress blog for login, signup, and commenting. I would like to password protect the standard login flow so only I can use it, and block access entirely to the ...
0
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1answer
103 views

Hide wp-login.php but not the widget

I have a website which is still under nascent construction stage: http://42charts.com . Lately I find that couple of users are registering themselves in my site. It seems like a bot as the mails IDs ...
0
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0answers
16 views

Bots finding WP users list. How to hide? [duplicate]

I have been monitoring about 20 WP websites login attempts. About half of these websites get hit by bots on a monthly bases, attempting to guess the login. You can tell it's a bot because the pattern ...
0
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5answers
305 views

Prevent Brute Force Attack

I already used Limit Login Attempts wordpress plugin. Are there other ways to prevent brute force attacks? I'm worried because I saw a lot of locked out.
0
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1answer
179 views

If I use an alternative login (e.g. CAS or other SSO) plugin, is my site protected from the recent brute force login attempts?

I've been hearing about the recent increase in brute-force WordPress login attempts due to a massive botnet attack. Everything I've read so far indicates that the attack works by just trying different ...
17
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2answers
6k views

Increase of failed login attempts, brute force attacks?

I Installed the plugin Simple Login Lockdown and since a couple of days ago the database is recording over 200 records by day. I think that is not possible to have my site attacked by so many IP's ...
0
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1answer
103 views

force login loophole

I want to restrict access to my wordpress site to allow registered users only. I have tried the following plugins: Require-login Authenticator WP-lock All of them have the same problem: After ...
0
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2answers
880 views

Too many login attempts

Since a week or two I keep receiving the following automatic email message sent from my WordPress website, and I'd like to know if it indicates any security hole and if there's anything I can do to ...
1
vote
1answer
127 views

How can I secure a WordPress blog using OpenID from a single provider?

We're about to launch an internal blog for the company I work at. Much of the blog will be available to the public, but certain posts will be for employees only. Our intranet/extranet has an OpenID ...
1
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1answer
5k views

Receiving “This content cannot be displayed in a frame” error on login page

I am using a new domain for my WordPress directory in different server. When I click the meta links such "Login" or "register", I get this page: This content cannot be displayed in a frame To ...
1
vote
1answer
386 views

Wordpress Security - How to block alternative Wordpress access

I own a self-hosted Wordpress 3.5 blog. I'm working on its security and I'm trying to prevent non-writers from accessing anything admin-ish they shouldn't. Recently I tried Better Wordpress Security, ...
3
votes
1answer
1k views

Masking logout URL

The primary goal is to hide that the site is driven by wordpress. I've got the login part all locked up, but the logout URL still has those blasted wp delineators that give away it's a wordpress site. ...
1
vote
1answer
108 views

using rewrites to secure login page

I'm trying to be sneaky with iis to secure a wordpress login page (not my choice to run a windows server, but that's the reality of things). It's worked so far, only the login page itself loads itself ...
1
vote
1answer
3k views

Websites defaced by uploading script using theme editor

We've had several Wordpress sites defaced, all of them having the same pattern (at least the raw access log says so). From the logs it appears they directly login to Wordpress then go to theme editor ...
3
votes
2answers
199 views

Brute force attack?

I'm seeing this quite often: No OS, same Browser, weird hostname -- they're definitely not real users. Can I do anything to take precautions before they do something? Thanks!
0
votes
2answers
293 views

How can I password protect a WordPress site without requiring users to log in?

I don't want people to have to log in, I just want to prompt them with a question and if they can answer it, they can access the site. All the solutions and plugins that I've found seem to be overkill ...
0
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2answers
40 views

I need to find which is the file that checks the DB for correct login (username, password)

I let users to register in my page, however I want to improve the password security that is saved in the DB. For this I need to find out which is the file that makes the query where pass=pass and ...
1
vote
1answer
526 views

Protecting Wordpress login page

How can i do this: Whenever visitors open the login page (wp-login.php), they will be redirected to the mainpage. Only the admin (me) can view the page to login. I am doing this to protect my wp ...
1
vote
1answer
7k views

Change WP-Login or WP-Admin

Can I change the name of the wp-login or wp-admin file so that I can go to a different filename in order to login. I am trying to prevent hackers from finding my login and wp-login has become a very ...
10
votes
4answers
22k views

Is there any way to rename or hide wp-login.php?

Any way to change the wp-login.php url? It seems insecure that everyone that's ever used Wordpress could easily see if your site is using it, and get right to the login page. There used to be a ...
4
votes
2answers
3k views

Limiting sessions to one IP at a time

On a site with premium user account subscriptions, I'd like to be able to limit logins to one computer at a time. The most straightforward way to accomplish this would be to limit by IP, but I haven't ...
0
votes
1answer
452 views

Does WP show me if I'm logged in from multiple locations?

Does word press show me if I'm logged in in another location? Related: Limiting sessions to one IP at a time
10
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4answers
3k views

What's the easiest way to stop WP from ever logging me out

After a certain amount of time WP logs out all users and forces them to log back in again. For development environments on my local machine this is obnoxious and absolutely unnecessary. Is there an ...