Prevent Brute Force Attacks In WordPress in 2020

Prevent Brute Force Attacks In WordPress in 2020 https://youtu.be/Wt3Amy2PI3s
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The way you prevent brute force attacks in WordPress is by making your site more secure than the average.

That means that your site is no longer the “low hanging fruit” that hacker bots can easily access.

In this tutorial, I show you 3 things you can do to prevent successful brute force attacks on your site. I recommend you do all three.
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