TAG: Security Plugins

  • Admin SSL

    Admin SSL secures login page, admin area, posts, pages – whatever you want – using Private or Shared SSL. Once you have activated the plugin please go to the Admin SSL config page to enable SSL, and read the installation instructions.

  • Akismet

    We can’t stand spam. Akismet checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if they look like spam or not. You have better things to do with your life than deal with the underbelly of the internet. Akismet is a collaborative effort to make comment and trackback spam a non-issue and restore innocence to blogging, so you never have to worry about spam again.

  • AntiVirus

    AntiVirus for WordPress is a smart and effective solution to protect your blog against exploits and spam injections. AntiVirus protection for your blog.

  • AskApache Password Protect

    This plugin doesn’t control WordPress or mess with your database, instead it utilizes fast, tried-and-true built-in Security features to add multiple layers of security to your blog. This plugin is specifically designed and regularly updated specifically to stop automated and unskilled attackers attempts to exploit vulnerabilities on your blog resulting in a hacked site.

  • Chap Secure Login

    Whenever you try to login into your website, you can use this plugin to trasmit your password encrypted. The encryption process is done by the Chap protocol; this is particularly useful when you can’t use ssl or other kinds of secure protocols.

  • Login Encrypt

    Login Encrypt is a security plugin. It uses a complex combination of DES and RSA. It was first developed by ELSERVER for securing login in the hosting control panel, and then released as a WordPress plugin.

  • Login Lockdown

    Login LockDown records the IP address and timestamp of every failed login attempt. If more than a certain number of attempts are detected within a short period of time from the same IP range, then the login function is disabled for all requests from that range. This helps to prevent brute force password discovery.

  • Secure WordPress

    Little help to secure your WordPress installation: Remove Error information on login page; adds index.html to plugin directory; removes the wp-version, except in admin area.

  • TTC User Registration Bot Detector

    This plugin automatically bounces most bot attempts at user registration on your blog. You can also blacklist ips and email addresses to block. If an attempt is made to register by a bot that is not blacklisted that email address and ip number are automatically added to the blacklist.

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