Plugin key benefits & features
Easily enable password policies and enforce the use of strong passwords on your WordPress websites within seconds!
Automatically block users with too many failed login attempts to protect your website & users from successful password and dictionary attacks.
Do you have a subscription or eCommerce business powered website with WooCommerce? Enforce policies on shop managers, subscribers & customers with just a few mouse clicks.
Do you use custom login pages on your WordPress website? No problem! Strong password policies can still be enforced via custom login and password reset forms.
Our plugin fully supports third party e-commerce, membership, subscription and any other type of user management plugins right out of the box.
Enforce strong password policies at network level so no user jeopardizes the security of your multisite network.
All the password policies are configurable. You can configure policies for password length, history, complexity, use of special characters and many others.
Inactive users are an easy prime target for malicious hackers. Our plugin automatically identifies & locks inactive users to help you protect your website. It also alerts you about them.
Configure different password policies for different user roles, including custom ones. You can also exclude a specific user, or user role from all the policies.
Reset all of the password and terminate all logged in sessions with just 1 click in case of suspicious activity. All users receive clear instructions on how reset their passwords, making this an easy process.
Configure policies so your users, customers & subscribers reset their password the first time they login to your website, eCommerce store or service portal.
The plugin uses WordPress’ own and built-in mechanism for handling passwords, and does not send any passwords over emails, ensuring optimum security.
Password Policy Manager for WordPress is very easy to use. It uses the same WordPress look & feel so you do not have to learn a new system. There is no learning curve.
The security defenses of your WordPress website are as strong as the users' weakest password. Therefore by enforcing strong password policies you boost the security of your website.
Configure the plugin to send a weekly email with a summary of password activity including inactivity lockouts, failed logins, and password resets.
Keep your website secure by disabling the password reset request link, requiring users to manually ask for a new password should this be required.