Protect WordPress Login From Brute Force Attacks with .htaccess

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Using Apache’s .htaccess file to protect your WordPress login page from brute force and dictionary attacks.

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  • This video is very clear and well structured. The only crucial thing i struggled with, was the path you have to mention in the .htaccess after the authuserfile after 2:14 min. but this shouldn't stop from watching this video because it solves a very important issue!!!!!! WATCH THIS

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