Secure your WordPress site with WordPress Secure Login.
WordPress Secure Login provides 2-step verification on login. Once a user submits their login credentials, a One Time Pin (OTP) is emailed to them. They need to enter this OTP in order to continue to login.
Stop Brute force hacking attempts, and keep your data safe!
* Easy to install! * Easy to replace the Email system with an SMS Gateway * WordPress 4.0 Ready!
Copy the “secure-login” folder to your WordPress Plugins directory via FTP. The WordPress Plugins directory is situated in “/wp-content/plugins/”
Once the “secure-login” folder has been copied to the WordPress Plugins directory, log in to your WordPress admin area (http://www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin).
Click on the “Plugins” menu item. You will be redirected to the Plugins page. Locate the “Secure Login” plugin, and click activate.
Note: In order to use this plugin, you will need a valid WordPress install. This plugin will not work on a wordpress.com hosted site, and has not been tested on a Multi Site install.
In order for this plugin to function correctly, you will need to use a permalink structure that uses rewrite rules. The “Post name” structure is recommended.
For accurate login time tracking, make sure your correct Timezone is selected under “Settings” > “General”.
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Contributors & Developers
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- Fixed: Rewrite Rules Flush
- Added: Action hook on OTP Send
- Added: Filter hooks on OTP message and email headers
- Added: Rewrite Rules Flush on activation.
- Added: Responsive Web Design Support.