7 solutions to get rid of brute force attacks on WordPress

Knock, knock, knock: a knock at the door. A furtive glance through the peephole: well, a complete stranger. You don’t want to let him in, you never know. In “real life”, you can easily control who comes in and out of your home. On your WordPress site, it gets a lot more complicated. On a daily basis, a whole bunch of people and malicious robots can try to break in. Without warning, and without knocking….

September 1, 2021
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