Discussion on Hide my Wordpress URLs from Hackers - Security Plugin


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Help John,

The 500 error came back all day yesterday and still. I tried many times to trigger it.. I deactivated, reactivated, reinstalled the last version.. No Luck!

You have another version? Help!

I don’t fully understand what you mean. Can you give me more details?

Thank you

Hi John,

Ya, The last version you sent me was 2.3.039. As today I saw version 3.0.024.

So I clicked the settings > Advance, etc tabs, I see the descriptions (see below), but none have [ON / OFF] switches to slide it ON to GREEN?

Fix relative URLs Strict Login Hide URLs for Logged Users Hide old paths Late Loading

Is it still working on the plugin assuming or is it done? Thanks

Hi John,

I went in the ninja mode setting btw, I clicked that default to load auto setting, Those green buttons did shown up after all. but it doesn’t save whatsoever? How is the plugin going on fixing wise? Any details? I would like to know, it’s has been too many days?

Please give some kind of details? Thanks


wish you a very happy new year 2018!

armember plugin author asks what suggestions do you want ? To make your plugin compatible with the armember plugin

Your Changelog is not up to date? 2.3.039

Thank you

I also got this 500 error I had to remove the plugin via ftp and revert back to my original .htaccess Will keep on evaluating your plugin, and will be back with more info…

1. As for the “lite mode” the plugin is supposed to hide Admin URL and Login URL. So, if one types /wp-admin/ after their site’s url, they are redirected to the “page for the hidden paths” (that’s OK). BUT, if one types /wp-login.php after their site’s url, they are redirected to the “hidden” url /login (So, this is NOT HIDDEN)

2. Having BuddyPress installed, and using your “Ninja mode” if one types /wp-login.php?action=register after the site’s url, they get redirected to /members/register/ buddypress page. Since your plugin stealths wp-login.php this shouldn’t happen. It should redirect to the “page for the hidden paths”.

3. As for the “Hide the paths for logged users too” in advanced tab, it just doesn’t work at all. I logged in as subscriber, and all links to wp-admin and wp-login.php worked although they shouldn’t (Hide the paths for logged users too, was ON)