WebSite Security: Add Captcha to your Login Form
Watch this short video for details!
Login CAPTCHA is a great "Brute Force" prevention technique
Login pages are most vulnerable to brute force attacks and login captcha is a great "brute force" prevention technique!
So I'm very happy to let you know that we've just released beta version of DAP v7.0 / LiveLinks v4.0 and this release fully supports Google reCAPTCHA validation in all the login templates!
You can watch the short video above to see how it works!
Google reCAPTCHA is one of the best ways to keep bad bots away from spamming your website.
Google's reCAPTCHA is a free service that protects your site from spam and abuse. It uses advanced risk analysis techniques to tell humans and bots apart. And the great thing is... valid human users will pass the reCAPTCHA challenge without having to solve a CAPTCHA. So the captcha validation won't make the login process difficult for valid human users.
Beta release of DAP v7.0 / LiveLinks v4.0
Please note that this is a beta release of DAP v7.0 and LiveLinks v4.0
You can upgrade to DAP v7.0 and LiveLinks v4.0 to access to all the new updates.
If you've a busy/live site, we recommend that you wait until v7.x release is final. Do NOT upgrade to v7.0 yet.
Platinum Members: We've got your covered!
If you’re a DAP Platinum Member, just open a support ticket with your FTP and WP admin details, and we’ll upgrade DAP and DAP Livelinks plugin on your site. If you’re not a DAP Monthly/Platinum member yet, you can join here, and avail our “we’ll install/upgrade it for you” service. Plus you get our plugins, upgrades & support – all for free! Click HERE to find out more.
Access Expired? If you don’t find DAP v7.0 and DAP LiveLinks v4.0 zip files in your member’s area, it’s probably because your access to DAP Support & Upgrades has expired. Click here to find out how you can renew your support/upgrade access for another year.
How to Upgrade / Install DAP: You can use our Easy Installer plugin to upgrade DAP. If the easy installer plugin does not work (due to file permission or other server issues), you can use FTP or File Manager to upload files. Click here for details.
DAP Security : Video Series
Having your WordPress site hacked is one of the most stressful experiences for any website owner. When you run an online business, securing your website should be at the very top of your priority list. While no site is 100% safe from intrusions, there are a few preventive measures you can take in order to minimize the risk of your site getting hacked.
I've put together a FREE Video Series to help you protect your site and recover if it's hacked.
* How to protect your WordPress site.
* Specific steps to protect your DAP website.
* How to cleanup malware and recover your Site if it's hacked.
You can sign up here to access my video series on website security: