How to find hidden entrance on the WordPress site
Easy way to find hidden login page and dashboard for the WordPress powered site
Let’s say you decide to hide your wp-login.php page and/or wp-admin from attackers by hiding them with some tools or tricks. Do you think that really works? Nobody knows your secrets? NOP.
You can easy to find login and dashboard pages with follow tricks. Just try it on your “protected” site. It’s safe, but exciting!
To find out URL of the login page enter in the browser’s address bar:
To find out URL of the wp-admin dashboard page enter in the browser’s address bar:
Cheers! That’s how easy hackers can discover and get access to the your hidden stuff. And then hackers will start brute forcing your WordPress.
How to fix it? Just protect your site with WP Cerber.
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