What You Need to Know to Protect WordPress using Basic Auth in Addition to wp-admin wp-login.php






This post will explain you how to protect your WordPress site using Basic Auth.   I’m making sure that this WordPress site is secure all the time. I’m choosing the trusted and well-maintained plug-ins from WordPress.org directories which all have the compatibilities, and update regularly. However, I’ve been noticing many brute force attach since last year. I’m using the plug-in called, Login Security Solutions, to protect the Brute Force. So I’ve been notified if someone try to login to my site. But my next concern was the massive number of notification emails. I could use a plug-in to add Basic Auth. But it would add an extra PHP process. Although […]





The best and simple way to establish SSH Tunnel on Mac OS X with Coda 2






I’ve had an opportunity to work on a very tight security Internet server that was blocking the external SFTP access but only allowed us to access via the SSH Tunnel of the different server. In addition, the authentification required RSA key authorization for the project. Whereas Windows has WinSCP, the free and easy FTP client. You can directly access the SFTP server via SSH Tunnel as a built-in function using RCA secret key authorization method. However, none of famous Mac OS X FTP clients offer SSH Tunnel function as WinSCP does. Recently my main coding application has been Coda 2. It’s fantastic software, but it doesn’t really allow you to […]