11 Most Used WordPress Auth Plugins

  • Login Security Solution

    Security against brute force attacks by tracking IP, name, password; requiring very strong passwords. Idle timeout. Maintenance mode lockdown.

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  • Limit Attempts by BestWebSoft

    The plugin Limit Attempts allows you to limit rate of login attempts by the ip, and create whitelist and blacklist.

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  • Google Apps Login

    Simple secure login and user management for Wordpress through your Google Apps domain (uses secure OAuth2, and MFA if enabled)

  • Google Drive Embedder

    Browse for Google Drive documents and embed directly in your posts/pages. Extends Google Apps Login plugin so no extra user auth required.

  • WP Limit Login Attempts

    Limit rate of login attempts and block ip temporarily (Up to 10 minutes). It is protecting from brute force attack.

  • WP BASIC Auth

    Enabling this plugin allows you to set up Basic authentication on your site using your WordPress's user name and password.

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  • Site PIN

    Prevent careless visitors by locking your site down with a PIN

  • wpCAS

    Plugin to integrate WordPress or WordPressMU with existing CAS architectures. Based largely on Stephen Schwink's CAS Authentication plugin.

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  • Two Factor Authentication

    Secure WordPress login with Two Factor Authentication - supports WooCommerce, front-end configuration, HOTP + TOTP (Google Authenticator, Authy, etc.)

  • CAS Maestro

    CAS Maestro allows you to configure your centralized authentication service, CAS, for an integrated log in with WordPress. LDAP is optional.

  • Login IP & Country Restriction

    This plugin hooks in the authenticate filter. By default, the plugin is set to allow all access and you can configure the plugin to allow the login on

Let us know if there are any of your favorite auth plugins missing from our list.

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