Disabling the Loginizer Plugin if you are locked out

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Overview

This guide shows you how to disable the Loginizer Security / Loginizer plugin in the event you are locked out.


When Admin Access is restricted

The simplest way to disable Loginizer Security / Loginizer plugin is to rename the plugin folder.
Note : You will need a file manager or FTP access to disable Loginizer.
Please FTP into your WordPress installation or use your file manager.
Then navigate to the following location :
/path/to/wordpress/wp-content/plugins

Now, rename the loginizer-security OR loginizer folder to _loginizer.
This will completely disable the Loginizer Security / Loginizer plugin.


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