1. Navigate to the "Plugins" section: On the left-hand side of the admin dashboard, find the "Plugins" tab and click on it. This will take you to the plugins management page.
2. Click on “Installed Plugins”: Use the search bar on the top-right to locate “Limit Login Attempts Reloaded”. Once found, click on the "Activate" link that appears under the plugin title. This will activate the "Limit Login Attempts Reloaded" plugin on your WordPress website.
3. Access Plugin Settings: Once activated, you can access the plugin's settings by clicking on "Settings" in the left-hand menu and selecting "Limit Login Attempts". From there, you can configure the plugin according to your preferences to effectively prevent brute force attacks.
The premium version of Limit Login Attempts Reloaded is activated with a special setup code that is sent via email once the subscription is paid for. This is good for one domain or a subdomain, or multiple sites if an Agency plan is used.