Plugin Management Tab #2 – “WordPress”

This tab allows you to activate Invisible reCAPTCHA protection for several WordPress forms. You can easily enable or disable settings preferred settings. Keep in mind that Google Invisible reCAPTCHA plugin is compatible only with default WordPress forms: login, registration, comment, and password reset. If you have any plugin that overrides any of the mentioned forms or it modifies them, it is possible that protection will not work.

NOTE: Right after plugin installation and activation, all protection options will be inactive (disabled as shown on the image below). You need to enable the ones you want to make active. Don’t forget to make a basic setup of the plugin by entering necessary Google reCAPTCHA API keys before making any other changes.

Invisible reCAPTCHA plugin WordPress protection settings

1. Login Form Protection – if enabled will protect the default WordPress login form. It effectively protects your login form from brute-force type attacks by applying Invisible reCAPTCHA test for every login attempt.

When you activate the protection of the login form, the small square element will appear on the right side of the screen at the bottom (default position, but you can change it on the “Settings” tab).

Invisible reCAPTCHA plugin active on login form page

You can check the state of Google Invisible reCAPTCHA by moving the mouse pointer above this element, it will extend to the larger one, and if everything is working fine, you will see the “protected by reCAPTCHA” note.

Invisible reCAPTCHA plugin state on protected login page

2. Registration Form Protection – if enabled will protect the default WordPress registration form if the registration function is activated. Forget the automatic registration of fake user accounts on your website.

3. Comments Form Protection – if enabled it will protect the default WordPress comment forms from comment spam bots. Every comment submission protected by the plugin.

4. Forgot Password Form Protection – if enabled will protect the default WordPress user password reset form from false submissions made by bots.

NOTE: don’t forget to press the “Save Changes” button to save all changed settings.

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