Semisecure Login Reimagined

The Semisecure Login Reimagined plugin ensures your login details are not sent over the Internet in clear text.

Plugin Page: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/semisecure-login-reimagined/

Note! This plugin is no longer under active development. However it still works and the author is encouraging the community to take over the development in the future.

Why Semisecure Login Reimagined Is Important

You might not be able to use SSL for your administration panel. If this is the case the Semisecure Login Reimagined plugin is the next best thing.

It will automatically encrypt the password in the Internet Browser when you login. This will make it much harder for a third party to steal your password.

Otherwise your password will be sent over the Internet in clear text.

How You Complete This Security Checkpoint

Add and Activate the plugin. The default values are fine for most WordPress sites.

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