In this series of articles, I am going to introduce each of the plugins I have developed for ClassicPress, a hard-fork of WordPress, which was originally created to provide an alternative, yet compatible, CMS without the Gutenberg block editor.
The 53rd plugin is Username Protection.
Remove anonymous access to usernames in ClassicPress to help mitigate brute-force attacks. For visitors who are not logged in, usernames are removed from the REST API, feeds, author pages, and prevented from exposure through other common vectors of discovery.
The current release of the plugin can be downloaded from GitHub
More information on this plugin can be found on the azurecurve | Development page for the plugin.
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