An easy way to harden your website's security effectively.
|Author:||Daniel James (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.8.2|
|Added to WordPress repository:||11-10-2017|
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Backing up your website database
Viewing recent login lockouts
Looking at Version Control stats
Setting up Two Step Verification
- Download the plugins zip archive package.
- Unzip it and upload to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
- Activate the plugin in the WordPress admin.
- Go to the settings page to configure the plugin.
How does this plugin secure my WordPress site?
This plugin helps secure your website by locking things down with a range of effective tools with a simple interface.
How good is the security of this plugin?
The plugin is by no means a one stop solution for everything. It’s designed to be simple giving you a range of essential security features to harden your sites security defences.
How does Two Step Verification work?
The option is available on your profile settings when enabled globally. It’ll let you choose a method in which a code is sent to a secondary location for you to enter at login before your authenticated.
I use a VCS, should I enable automatic updates?
If you’re using a Version Control System (VCS) like Git or SVN, it’s advisory that you don’t enable automatic updates on production websites however it should still work in most cases.
Released: 16th October 2017
- Added new field to send backup emails to different email address.
- Added a new setting to allow WP_DEBUG to be enabled/disabled via the dashboard.
- Improved the Version Control page to now include update information.
- Improved the CSS styling for the plugin user interface.
- Improved overall code base and removed unused functions that are no longer used.
- Improved some language strings and corrected a sentence that wasn’t translatable.
Released: 12th October 2017
- Fixed the implementation of Two Step Verification code expiry.
- Improvements to core functions and inline documentation.
- Improved some of the language strings and provided more context.
- Updated the server config to include some essential rewrite rules.
- Updated the readme.txt file with more useful information.
Released: 11th October 2017
- Initial version.