You can use the Google Authenticator app for your smartphone (iPhone, Android, Blackberry) to set-up two-factor authentication for your WordPress login.
Choose how many times a user can attempt to login before they are blocked from access to your WordPress site, to prevent brute force security attacks.
Make the URL of your login page a bit easier to remember and protect against certain kinds of brute force attacks by changing it.
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Easily backup your WordPress database, plugin and theme files to popular cloud storage services like Dropbox, Google Drive, and Rackspace, and then Restore with one click of a button.
Access settings in the WordPress admin and add a single or a range of IP addresses, and chose what page to send users to if they are blocked from view.
Scan your site for any malicious code or errors that might be occurring. You can use the plugin to monitor live traffic, block certain IPs from accessing your site and enable quick fixes for any problems that might arise.
Find the common problems that WordPress has when dealing with SSL certification, especially with external plugins and themes, and automatically fix them so that the HTTPS protocol is properly used.
Get rid of passwords altogether by using two-factor authorization. Install an app on your phone and use it to pair your smartphone to your site, automatically log in from trusted devices, and block everyone else.
If a user logs in from two devices at the same time, then they will be bounced to a login warning, stopping users from sharing their login information with others. Works automatically with several rounds of detection.