Specific Post/Page Protection
Secure any individual post and page with a few clicks. Whether you want to offer premium content to your subscribers or want to test the content before making it public, specific post type protection makes it a breeze!
Custom Post Type Protection
Password-protect any custom post type on your WordPress site, such as portfolios, testimonials, news, movies, etc. Create multiple passwords for each custom post type to offer custom products, invite-only events, and more.
Lock any type of WordPress Category or Taxonomy along with all related Post Tags with one or more passwords. Only certain users, roles, or individuals with the password can access the password-protected category.
Passwordless Admin Access
Save time and hassle by logging in as an administrator without typing or remembering a password.
Customized Lock Screen
Make your password-protected screen more attractive and professional by customizing its background, logo, and more to reflect your branding.
Specific Page Exclusion
Get greater control over content by excluding certain WordPress password protected pages, such as your home page, contact page, or landing page.
Specific Post–Type Exclusion
Manage your content more effectively and share some content with your audience by excluding particular post types such as blog posts, products, or events.
Login Attempt Limit
Prevent brute force attacks and unauthorized access to your site by limiting the number of password attempts for a specific time period.
Multiple Password Management
Easily activate or deactivate multiple passwords, whether for testing, marketing, or membership, so you can have more flexibility and control over your passwords.
Password Expiration Date
Set an expiration date for individual passwords, such as one week, one month, or one year, to ensure that users can access your site for a specified period of time.
Detailed Activity Log Tracking
Monitor and review the comprehensive activity log of your password-protected site, which includes the IP address, date, time, and status of each login attempt.