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<p>If your website has a large number of non-English-speaking users:</p> <ul> <li><p>See if a keyboard sequence file exists in this plugin's <code>pw_sequences</code> directory for your target languages. The following steps are for left-to-right languages. (For right-to-left languages, flip the direction of the motions indicated.)</p> <ul> <li>Open a text editor and create a file in the <code>pw_sequences</code> directory You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<p>If your website has a large number of non-English-speaking users:</p> <ul> <li><p>See if a keyboard sequence file exists in this plugin's <code>pw_sequences</code> directory for your target languages. The following steps are for left-to-right languages. (For right-to-left languages, flip the direction of the motions indicated.)</p> <ul> <li>Open a text editor and create a file in the <code>pw_sequences</code> directory
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<p>Our existing tests are very effective, catching all of the 2 million entries in the Dazzlepod password list. But if you need to block specific passwords that my tests miss, this plugin offers the ability to provide your own dictionary files.</p> <p>Add a file to the <code>pw_dictionaries</code> directory and place those passwords in it. One password per line.</p> <p>Please be aware that checking the password files is computationally expensive. The following script runs through each of the password files and weeds out passwords caught by the other tests:</p> <pre><code> php utilities/reduce-dictionary-files.php </code></pre> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<p>Our existing tests are very effective, catching all of the 2 million entries in the Dazzlepod password list. But if you need to block specific passwords that my tests miss, this plugin offers the ability to provide your own dictionary files.</p> <p>Add a file to the <code>pw_dictionaries</code> directory and place those passwords in it. One password per line.</p> <p>Please be aware that checking the password files is computationally expensive. The following script runs through each of the password files and weeds out passwords caught by the other tests:</p> <pre><code> php utilities/reduce-dictionary-files.php </code></pre>
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<p>Download the Login Security Solution zip file from WordPress' plugin site: <code>https://wordpress.org/plugins/login-security-solution/</code></p> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<p>Download the Login Security Solution zip file from WordPress' plugin site: <code>https://wordpress.org/plugins/login-security-solution/</code></p>
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<p>If your WP install is behind a proxy or load balancer, please be aware that this plugin uses the <code>REMOTE_ADDR</code> provided by the web server (as does WordPress' new comment functionality and the Akismet plugin). If you want our brute force tracking to work, we advise adjusting your <code>wp-config.php</code> file to manually set the <code>REMOTE_ADDR</code> to a data source appropriate for your environment. For example:</p> <pre><code> $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = preg_replace('/^([^,]+).*$/', '\1', $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']); </code></pre> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<p>If your WP install is behind a proxy or load balancer, please be aware that this plugin uses the <code>REMOTE_ADDR</code> provided by the web server (as does WordPress' new comment functionality and the Akismet plugin). If you want our brute force tracking to work, we advise adjusting your <code>wp-config.php</code> file to manually set the <code>REMOTE_ADDR</code> to a data source appropriate for your environment. For example:</p> <pre><code> $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = preg_replace('/^([^,]+).*$/', '\1', $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']); </code></pre>
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Provides an option to have deactivation remove all of this plugin's data from the database You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Provides an option to have deactivation remove all of this plugin's data from the database
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Only loads files, actions, and filters needed for enabled options and the page's context You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Only loads files, actions, and filters needed for enabled options and the page's context
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Notice-free code means no information disclosures if <code>display_errors</code> is on and <code>error_reporting</code> includes <code>E_NOTICE</code> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Notice-free code means no information disclosures if <code>display_errors</code> is on and <code>error_reporting</code> includes <code>E_NOTICE</code>
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Takes security seriously so the plugin itself does not open your site to SQL, HTML, or header injection vulnerabilities You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Takes security seriously so the plugin itself does not open your site to SQL, HTML, or header injection vulnerabilities
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<p>Maintenance mode (optional)</p> <ul> <li>Publicly viewable content remains visible You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<p>Maintenance mode (optional)</p> <ul> <li>Publicly viewable content remains visible
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<p>Administrators can require all users to change their passwords</p> <ul> <li>Done via a flag in each user's database entry You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<p>Administrators can require all users to change their passwords</p> <ul> <li>Done via a flag in each user's database entry
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<p>Password aging (optional) (not recommended)</p> <ul> <li>Users need to change password every x days (customizable) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<p>Password aging (optional) (not recommended)</p> <ul> <li>Users need to change password every x days (customizable)
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The password/phrase is not found by the <code>dict</code> dictionary program (if available) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The password/phrase is not found by the <code>dict</code> dictionary program (if available)
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Must either have numbers, punctuation, upper and lower case characters or be very long. Note: alphabets with only one case (e.g. Arabic, Hebrew, etc.) are automatically exempted from the upper/lower case requirement. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Must either have numbers, punctuation, upper and lower case characters or be very long. Note: alphabets with only one case (e.g. Arabic, Hebrew, etc.) are automatically exempted from the upper/lower case requirement.
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<p>Thoroughly examines and enforces password strength. Includes full UTF-8 character set support if PHP's <code>mbstring</code> extension is enabled. The tests have caught every password dictionary entry I've tried.</p> <ul> <li>Minimum length (customizable) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<p>Thoroughly examines and enforces password strength. Includes full UTF-8 character set support if PHP's <code>mbstring</code> extension is enabled. The tests have caught every password dictionary entry I've tried.</p> <ul> <li>Minimum length (customizable)
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If an account seems breached, the "user" is immediately logged out and forced to use WordPress' password reset utility. This prevents any damage from being done and verifies the user's identity. But if the user is coming in from an IP address they have used in the past, an email is sent to the user making sure it was them logging in. All without intervention by an administrator. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If an account seems breached, the "user" is immediately logged out and forced to use WordPress' password reset utility. This prevents any damage from being done and verifies the user's identity. But if the user is coming in from an IP address they have used in the past, an email is sent to the user making sure it was them logging in. All without intervention by an administrator.
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