Here is a link to our walk-through guide on the Word Press Bullet Proof Security plugin configuration.Thank you, John-Paul I live chatted with your support today and could not get the answer to this....But, if I type (note the slash at the end), I will gain access to the wordpress login page. Using these blocking methods, when my site gets hammered by attempts, will these show in awstats or other stats?This problem can be corrected if you change this line of code as follows: Rewrite Cond % ^(.*)? As in, will I start seeing massive amounts of 404 page errors, etc?What is going on to let someone inside that is NOT on the ip htaccess file ?Even if they have a good user/pass they still should NOT be able to log in.
Hello David, Thanks for the question about using IPV6.I've left that in the .htaccess file for now until I can find a solution. If you are still having issues, you may want to contact Live Support so that they can help you with anything else that may be specific to your account. In its simplest form, I have two file servers connected to the same DB server. Both FS1 and FS2 are mirrors to each other except their .htaccess files.Kindest Regards, Scott MFirst let me start by thanking you for your great post. Both file servers have their own unique URL, something that looks like this: fs1.somesomedomain.and fs2.somesubdomain.When you go to my domain, for example, to it will redirect to FS1.Please provide the content of your .htaccess code, so we can help narrow down the cause. I tested the two lines of your code which test the URI, separately (I commented one line while testing the other), and I realized that one of them is ineffective: the line which tests the presence of wp-admin folder on the URI.If I type in my browser, I will receive an "access denied" message.