Category: password policies

Why a strong password policy is so important for your WordPress website

If you’ve been managing a WordPress site for a while, you may be wondering why a strong password policy is so important. Surely, users are aware that they need to use strong passwords? Unfortunately, many users knowingly use weak passwords, putting your WordPress site at risk. There are differing reasons why this continues to occur. […]

PPMWP 2.3.1: improved support for third party plugins

Today we are excited to announce update 2.3.1 of the Password Policy Manager plugin. The highlight of this update is improved support for other third party plugins, such as login redirects, e-Commerce and membership type plugins. Even though this update is a maintenance release, it still packs a punch. Let’s dive right in to see […]

The ultimate guide to WordPress user management

There’s nothing more complicated for webmasters than to manage their website users. If your website or eCommerce solution users aren’t managed correctly, they can inflict site-breaking damage and loosen up tight security protocols. While WordPress user management is vitally important, you also have to be able to run your business. You do not want to […]

Secure your WordPress login with these easy-to-use plugins

When it comes to managing your WordPress site, keeping your login secure and working well should be of top priority. Whether you operate an eCommerce store, or a membership site, making sure that your users utilize a strong username and password combination is essential to securing your website against outside threats and hacking attempts. And […]

Strong WooCommerce passwords – enforcing policies without deterring customers

Keeping your eCommerce store secure is a must. Not only is it an important source of income for your business, but it also contains sensitive customer information, such as billing details and credit card numbers. Strong passwords can prevent many cyber attacks, but you’ll need a way to enforce them without deterring customers. By creating […]

Why you need both Two-factor Authentication & strong passwords on WordPress sites

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an important part of maintaining the security of a WordPress site. However, 2FA alone isn’t enough to harden your WordPress site authentication. Strong passwords are also an important part, even when using two-factor authentication. In this article we review 2FA, explain how hackers are bypassing it in some cases, and provide […]

4 Reasons Password Policies Are Vital for WordPress Users

For every user or account you have you should use a unique and difficult password. That’s a given, but you’d be surprised at how many people don’t give a second though to password security. This means that, in many cases, the safest approach is to not leave password safety up to your users. Instead, you […]

Force Strong Passwords on Users to Improve WordPress Security

It is impossible to ignore security when it comes to managing WordPress sites and blogs. In fact many business site administrators choose a secure WordPress web host for their sites. On top of that, they install a WordPress firewall plugin or service, and keep a log of what is happening one their site with a […]

Announcing the Plugin Password Policy Manager for WordPress

WordPress has come a long way in helping administrators run more secure sites, though weak passwords are still a big issue. That is why we still see so many successful WordPress brute force attacks. Though there is light at the end of the tunnel! We have developed a plugin to help WordPress site owners like you […]