WordPress Plugins: Force Password Update Plugin
Finally! An Easy Way To Stop The Number One Threat To Your WordPress Website !
Good security starts with your users, but sadly, many simply aren’t aware they may be putting YOUR site at risk !
You hear it every day. Another site has been hacked. Twitter, Zendesk, even new outlets fall victim every single day.
What you don’t hear about – unless you’re in the security biz – are the hundreds or even thousands of WordPress sites that are hacked every month. The damage can range from mildly irritating to catastrophic.
It’s not really the fault of WordPress, or even that of your host. The fact is, armies of malicious hacker bots are out there even as you read this, repeatedly trying to log into unprotected sites – even yours.
And the number one cause ? Weak or outdated passwords.
Regular Password Updates Help Protect Your Site From Hackers. The only question is, how can you get your users to comply ?
The answer: a simple little plugin that does all the heavy lifting for you.
Introducing Force Password Update, a fully configurable plugin that helps keep your site secure.
Which users will Force Password Update work for? All of them, including…
Administrators: You, your virtual assistant, your web designer – anyone who has complete access to your site.
Editors: Anyone who can publish blog posts or pages on your site.
Authors and Contributors: Anyone who writes for your site.
Subscribers: Anyone – including commentors on some sites – who must log in to access certain features of your site.
All of these user groups can potentially compromise your site if users are not regularly updating their passwords.
Using Force Password Update ensures that every user from administrators on down is required to keep his or her password fresh. Best of all, it’s a true “set it and forget it” system for you. Once you install it, the plugin does all the work.
And much more !