Two-Factor Authentication

How do I enable brute force protection and how do I track the log-in transaction report of the user who visits my site?

104 views June 19, 2020 0

To enable brute force, follow these steps:
    • Enable the 2FA+Network Security from the top right part of the screen in our plugin.
    • Navigate to the Login and Spam tab as shown below.
    • Under login and spam tab go to the Login Security Brute Force page.
  • Once brute force is enabled you can visit the Reports tab and check if any malicious IPs have been trying to access your website.
    • You can block any IP by going to the Firewall IP blacklist section; and entering that IP address into the Manual IP blocking section.

If posts on your website are being created by bots; enabling Google Captcha in the comments section will stop this from happening.

You can find Google ReCaptcha in our plugin by following these steps:
  1. Enable the 2FA+Network Security from the top right part of the screen in our plugin.
  2. Select the login and spam option as shown below.
  3. Under login and spam go to the page Content and Spam Comment Spam
The Reports Tab:
  • If you want to track unauthorized access to your WordPress, we have a Reports tab. Under the reports page. You will be able to see the login transaction and error reports of all the IP’s that have accessed your website.

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