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    Moshe April 17, 2018 at 4:13 am

    You say not to worry about the warning that the Limit Logins Attempt plugin has not been updated in over SIX years. But I thought that one type of security vulnerability is using outdated plugins and themes.

    I can see that the plugin has over 2 million active installs – so I imagine if there was a security vulnerability it would have been discovered by now. Nonetheless, I am curious why it wouldn’t it still be smarter to use a plugin that does the same thing and is up-to-date (like Loginizer, which has over 600,000 active installs and was updated one month ago)?

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      Brian Jackson May 20, 2018 at 10:42 pm

      Hey Moshe! This post is in the queue for a rewrite as it was originally written in 2014. I’ve temporarily updated the plugin above to the newer version: https://wordpress.org/plugins/limit-login-attempts-reloaded/

      Loginizer also looks great! Thanks for stopping by.

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