CloudFlare offers a free security plugin for your self-hosted installation of WordPress, which make use of spam database hosted and maintained by Project Honey Pot to protect your blog from hackers, attackers and malicious IP addresses.
In cryptography, Brute force is a sophisticated attack technique, which is used to guess the passphrase of various types of online as well as offline accounts. This technique is generally utilized to guess the passwords which are shorter in length. When it comes to guessing lengthy passwords, a hacker may use a more sophisticated attack(…)
Login LockDown allows you to limit total number of access attempts to your blog’s dashboard from a particular IP address or an IP range. The plugin is capable of recording all the IP addresses, which are constantly trying to get into your dashboard, but all their login attempts are continuously failing. It can also record(…)
This plugin is actually a script which protects your installation from Base64 encrypted and excessively long request strings by monitoring all incoming traffic to your website. It is based on 5G (http://perishablepress.com/5g-blacklist-2013/) and 6G (http://perishablepress.com/6g-beta/) blacklists, which are carefully constructed directives for your site’s root .htaccess file and works silently in the background. You won’t(…)