4 Tips to Keep Your WordPress Login Secure with a Custom URL
- Website security
Believe me, preventing WordPress login pages from hackers is really easy than recovering from them
As WordPress is the most popular CMS platform, it’s also the favourite target of hackers. It’s important to keep your WordPress login page secure against malicious intruders. To do this, you need to take a few proactive steps like using strong passwords, limiting access to your wp-login page, and enabling two-factor authentication. You should also keep an eye on user accounts and regularly update your plugins and themes. Doing these things can help you prevent hackers from accessing your WordPress login page and stealing confidential information.
Once your site is hacked, it can be a big mess. It can take hours and hours to fix. And if google boats found malicious code on the site, then your site can be blacklisted. Which is really, really, really bad for the SEO, and it can be a big hit. So preventing a wp-login page is always good practice for security.
Few tips to make your wp-login secure
Set up a website lockdown feature and ban users
A lockdown feature is – when someone tries to attempt login with the wrong password / brute force attempts, the site will get lockdown. And you will get notified via email too.
There is a best plugin for the security iThemes Security we have developer license.
Use two-factor authentication for WordPress admin
Best 2FA is Google Authenticator
Rename your login URL to secure your WordPress website
WordPress default login URL is /wp-login.php or if you type http://www.mydomain.com/wp-admin and you will redirect to wp-login.php
User super strong password
Passwords are Your Digital Keys, so always choose super-strong passwords for any website. Your password must be at least 8 characters, and it must be a mixture of all.
We can help you for this all.