You can use the forceoff system as outlined here: https://icontrolwp.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/3000000959 …

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Comment on Security: Hide The WordPress Login and Admin Pages (wp-login.php) by Paul G..

You can use the forceoff system as outlined here:
https://icontrolwp.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/3000000959

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Security: Hide The WordPress Login and Admin Pages (wp-login.php)
You can turn off the plugin functions without disabling the plugin itself using the process outlined here: https://icontrolwp.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/3000000959


Security: Hide The WordPress Login and Admin Pages (wp-login.php)
The process outlined here: https://icontrolwp.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/3000000959
can be used to knock off the plugin and get in to change it.


Security: Hide The WordPress Login and Admin Pages (wp-login.php)
There are couple of way this can happen. If you have private pages/posts, they will link to the login page. Or if you have any plugin that somehow exposes the login page, or forwards to the login page. Every site is different, but if you probably have something, somewhere that’s exposing the URL somehow either explicitly, or through a redirect.

Hope this helps.


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