Protect Your WordPress Using Three Simple Ways
Confuses the Attackers. It not only replaces all occurrences of the word “WordPress” but it also hides paths to certain files, like /wp-admin or /wp-login.php. Thus makes a WordPress installation “look” like it’s another CMS or software package entirely.
Hide default login
Hide default login page and set your custom login page/URL
Hide WP paths
Hide defaults WordPress paths like /wp-content, /wp-content/themes, /wp-content/plugins, /wp-content/uploads, /wp-includes, etc.
Use a custom one
Hide default category, tag, search, feed paths and use a custom one
Hide Plugins & Themes
Hide WordPress, plugins and theme from online detectors, bots and visitors
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