We are pleased to announce that we are joining forces with Softaculous and have entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired.
The last 4 years have been an incredible journey for Loginizer and this would have not been possible without our 1 Million+ customers who trusted Loginizer to secure their WordPress sites.
4 years ago, we started with an idea to secure WordPress sites and evolved with several features like Brute Force protection, Two-Factor authentication, reCaptcha, Blacklist IPs and more.
We want to assure you that Loginizer will maintain the same level of quality and support and that we are not going anywhere. Both Loginizer and Softaculous share a common vision to build quality products which work out of the box, backed by a strong support team.
Going forward, we assure you Loginizer will still be the same Loginizer which you have loved for years. Our mission remains unchanged. With the Softaculous team we have more resources to continue improving Loginizer. We have planned several new features to be added in Loginizer, in the coming months to make your WordPress websites more secure.
The Loginizer Team has launched version 1.4.3 with the following changes :
1) [Bug Fix] At the time of login if recaptcha or 2FA using OTP was enabled and if you check mark on “Remember me”, the login used to go to an invalid redirect URL and did not load anything. This has been fixed now.
More features will be coming in the next releases.
You can download the free version from WordPress’s Plugin directory : https://wordpress.org/plugins/loginizer/
The Loginizer Team has launched version 1.3.1 with the following changes :
1) [Feature] Admin’s can now remove a user’s Two Factor Authentication if needed (Pro Version)
2) [Feature] Adden an option to change the Admin Username (Pro Version)
3) [Feature] Auto Blacklist IPs if certain usernames saved by the Admin are used to login by malicious bots / users (Pro Version)
4) [Feature] The Login attempt logs will now be shown as per the last attempt TIME and in Descending Order
5) [Feature] Added an option to Reset the Login attempts for all or specific IPs