12 Most Active WordPress Htaccess Plugins

  • Wordfence Security

    The Wordfence WordPress security plugin provides free enterprise-class WordPress security, protecting your website from hacks and malware.

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  • iThemes Security (formerly Better WP Security)

    Protect your WordPress site by hiding vital areas of your site, protecting access to important files, preventing brute-force login attempts, detecting

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  • Sucuri Security - Auditing, Malware Scanner and Security Hardening

    The Sucuri WordPress Security plugin is a security toolset for security integrity monitoring, malware detection and security hardening.

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  • SEO Ultimate

    This all-in-one SEO plugin gives you control over meta titles & descriptions, open graph, auto-linking, rich-snippets, 404 monitoring, siloing &am

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  • All In One WP Security & Firewall

    A comprehensive, user-friendly, all in one WordPress security and firewall plugin for your site.

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  • BulletProof Security

    WordPress Website Security Protection: Firewall Security, Login Security, Database Security... Effective, Reliable, Easy to use...

  • Hyper Cache

    Hyper Cache is a performant and easy to configure cache system for WordPress.

  • WP Htaccess Editor

    Simple editor htaccess file without using FTP client.

  • WP htaccess Control

    Interface to customize the permalinks (author, category, archives and pagination) and htaccess file generated by WordPress.

  • Brute Force Login Protection

    Protects your website against brute force login attacks using .htaccess

  • Easy HTTPS Redirection

    The plugin allows an automatic redirection to the "HTTPS" version/URL of the site. Make your site SSL compatible.

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  • WP Antivirus Site Protection (by SiteGuarding.com)

    Adds more security for your website. Server-side scanning. Performs deep website scans of all the files. Virus/Malware detection and removal.

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