wPadlock adds an additional PIN field to your login page. In order to login, you’ll be using your credentials and PIN generated from your account on https://wpadlock.com
Major features in wPadlock include:
- PIN field automatically added to your login page
- You generate the PIN when you need to login (first create account at https://wpadlock.com)
PS: You’ll need an wPadlock.com API key to use it. Keys are free, but donations are welcome (free for personal and commercial use).
Upload the wPadlock plugin to your blog, Activate it, then enter your API key register at wPadlock.com to get API key.
When you try logging in next time, use wPadlock to generate PIN or use the provided Android App to get PIN even faster!
- WHAT IS wPadlock?
It’s a service that provides additional security to your WordPress website. It consists of a WordPress plugin (wPadlock plugin) and the service (provided by wpadlock.com).
- IS IT FREE?
Yes. Free to use, but donations are appreciated to keep the service alive! Click here to donate!
- WILL IT COLLECT MY USERNAME AND PASSWORD FOR WORDPRESS?
Absolutely NOT! wPadlock is providing you with a PIN and it’s authentication when you wish to access your website.
- HELP, I CAN’T LOGIN TO MY WORDPRESS SITE, wPadlock STOPPED WORKING!
You can disable the wPadlock plugin via FTP, by renaming it within plugins folder.
You can login on wpadlock.com and disable PIN protection for the desired website, then on login form enter 123 as PIN.
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Contributors & Developers
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Release Date – 14 November 2017
- First public release.