A Brute Force Attack is the simplest kind of method for gaining access over a website. Hackers design bots that automatically attempts to login to WordPress installation by trying different usernames and passwords, over and over. Continue reading Easily Slow Down Brute Force Attacks In WordPress
WordPress is the most popular CMS and hence one of the most targeted system for brute force attacks. A Brute force attack consists of systematically checking all possible keys or passwords until it gets to correct one.
Botnet Attack Blocker is the new WordPress plugin that blocks distributed botnet brute-force attacks. The specialty of this plugin is that it lets you add all important blocking conditions in the most simplest form. The plugin is even very easy for all new WordPress site owners who doesn’t know much about brute force, WordPress security and plugin usage etc.
Another plugin that gives you protection against Brute Force attacks is in the free market. Force email login is the new WordPress plugin that automatically enables few functions that makes your WordPress site more secure and protected against Brute Force attacks. The plugin completely disables the username login and forces email login, earlier we have discussed about such type of plugins but this plugin is different from them because it forces email login instead of supporting email login with username.
BruteProtect is the brand new cloud powered Brute Force attack prevention plugin for WordPress based websites. The plugin identifies and block malicious IPs from accessing your website.
Two Factor Auth is the new and really powerful feature that increases your WordPress login page security against Password Theft and Brute Force Attacks. The plugin adds extra security measure with two step authentication that prompts your website users to enter a code emailed to their associated email inbox after they fill up their login credentials and attempt to login to your WordPress site.