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Dealing Brute Force Attacks: Password Protect the wp-login.php File

If you’re running a WordPress based blog/website, you’d have surely noticed it going down more often than usual. The most probable reason for that is the ongoing large-scare brute force attacks specially targeting self-hosted websites based on WordPress. As most of us use shared web-hosting, the server sometimes receives too many continuous login attempts on […]

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Solution – Use one single php.ini file for All Directories

When we go with shared servers, same php configuration is used for all the accounts setup on the server and support staff usually rejects users plea to make some changes with the configuration. So, users don’t have enough choice other than to use a custom php.ini  file to make the required changes. The problem with […]

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