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I had this problem and it took me all week to figure it out. I know OP has probably solved it by now, but for the others like me who surfed here looking for answers: Open the wp-config.php file and use this website ( https://api.wordpress.org/secret-key/1.1/salt/ ) to replace the lines of code that start with: "define ('AUTH_KEY', 'blablabla');" Please ...


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As ialocin mentioned some requirements will require extra customizations. I can create a number of passwords to access the page You would create user accounts. Passwords don't exist without users. An expiration date can be set for each password This isn't implemented in wordpress and requires the most work. You could probably store a date in ...


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You can reset it in phpmyadmin if it's your own site by using a utility to replace it in the database. Search for 'Wordpress password generator' and this should show you the way. If it's not your site, contact the administrator or check your spam. Obviously if there's a site admin you know, get them to reset it! EDIT: Also double check your email ...


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Could you create a PHP file, which listens for a password through a GET method. Then if the password is correct, include the feed and display the feed? Then you could only access the page if you use the url /example/feed.php?password=PASSWORD <?php if ($_GET['password'] == 'PASSWORD') { include 'path/to/feed'; }


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I have been also in similar condition as OP and I have been using solution in the reference provided by @AndrewBartel. This solution is targeted at phpBB. I am explaining the format for the hashed password (Taken from here): An example hash (of password) is $P$8ohUJ.1sdFw09/bMaAQPTGDNi2BIUt1. A phpass portable hash string has the format ...


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Here is the library: http://www.zer7.com/software/cryptsharp And this is "howtouse": public override bool ValidateUser(string name, string password) { if (string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(name)) return false; if (string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(password)) return false; // this is just fetching the hash from the ...



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