Login Security and Spam Protection

login security provides captcha and brute force protection. whenever attackers run scripts on the website to gain access to your account. To prevent this there are different security measures you can take.

login security provides captcha and brute force protection. whenever attackers run scripts on the website to gain access to your account. To prevent this there are different security measures you can take.

login security provides captcha and brute force protection. whenever attackers run scripts on the website to gain access to your account. To prevent this there are different security measures you can take.

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Key Features

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Brute Force Attacks

Brute Force attack is a trial and error method to obtain the information such as passwords, PIN, DES keys. Limiting the number of times a user can unsuccessfully trying to log in.

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Spam Protection

Protect from spam comment, only valid comment will be posted.

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Multifactor Authentication

This adds a secondary layer to the primary form of authentication. For example, you need to add a 4 or 6 digit passcode with the username and password for login.

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Captcha

This prevents bots from executing the automated scripts that appear in brute force attacks, while still being easy for a human to pass by.

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Strong Passwords

Strong password protect data from unauthorized access. i. e. difficult for both humans and computer programs to detect.

Benefits

User Protection

Prevent user from unauthorized access. Provide multiple authentication methods.

15+ Authentication Methods

Provides two factor authentication during login via a range of methods, including text message, hardware tokens and many more.

High Security

Prevent from malware using malware scanner, malicious attacks using WAF and many more.

Easy To Use

Simple user interface. Just a few clicks and you are good to go.

Support

We provide 24x7 support in case you face any issues while using the product.

Login Security and Spam Protection

Many attackers run scripts on the website to gain access to your account. To prevent this there are different security measures you can take. You can add protection on login like limiting the number of attempts, add a second layer of security with multi-factor authentication or even implement a Captcha to detect bots.

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Brute Force Attacks

A Brute Force attack is a trial and error method used to obtain private information such as passwords, Personal Identification Number(PIN), Data Encryption Standard( DES) keys, etc. by trying a large number of possible combinations of usernames and passwords. Until the account is broken into. Brute Force Attacks are commonly used by crackers to obtain access to a website and account, then steal data, shut the site down, or execute another type of attack. It can be used by a Hacker or Security Analyst to test network security in an organization, although their more common use is for malicious attacks.

How does Brute Force Attack work?

Brute force attacks will commonly use automated tools to guess various combinations of usernames and passwords until they find the correct input. The longer the password, the more time it will typically take to find the correct input.

Types of Brute Force Attacks.

  1. Credential recycling is a form of brute force attacks where usernames and passwords from previous attacks are used.
  2. Reverse brute force attacks begin with the attacking having the password as a known value, but not the username. The hacker will then follow the same pattern as a normal brute force attack to find the correct username.
  3. Dictionary attack is another type of brute force attack where all words in a dictionary are tested to find a password

Prevent Brute Force Attack

Common ways to prevent brute force cracking include:

  1. Strong Passwords:
  2. Try to include special characters(@$#), numbers(3748), mixed case alphabets(aDuF) and limit the password length by 8 - 16. You can also prevent it by not using the username, name or ID in the password. Read More

  3. Login Attempts:
  4. Limiting the number of times a user can unsuccessfully trying to log in.Read More

  5. Captcha:
  6. This prevents bots from executing the automated scripts that appear in brute force attacks, while still being easy for a human to pass by.Read More

  7. Multifactor Authentication:
  8. This adds a secondary layer to the primary form of authentication. For example, in Two Factor Authentication you need to add a 4 or 6 digit passcode with the username and password and then the only device is marked as trusted.Read More

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Pricing

Login Security and Spam Protection

Price starting form

$15 /site/year

$35 /5 sites/year

$60 /10 sites/year

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Blocking time period You can block IPs either temporarily for time period or permenantly. PREMIUM
Common Password Detection We maintain a database of constantly updating common passwords. We will prevent users from having common passwords that lead to access to hackers. PREMIUM
Advanced CAPTHCA We have Math, word and Google Recaptcha on posts, comments, login and Registration. PREMIUM
Spam Protectin and Honeypot Honeypot on login, registration, comments and posts to identify IPs. CAPTHCA on posts to protect spam. PREMIUM

Contact Us

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10 Days Return Policy-

At miniOrange, we want to ensure you are 100% happy with your purchase. If the premium plugin you purchased is not working as advertised and you’ve attempted to resolve any issues with our support team, which couldn’t get resolved. We will refund the whole amount within 10 days of the purchase. Please email us at info@xecurify.com for any queries regarding the return policy.

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