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Release 2.26.0 – New Plugin Design & Micro Cloud Plan

Read about the latest plugin updates and improvements for version 2.26.0.

| February 5, 2024 | 2 Min Read

We are thrilled to announce the much-anticipated 2.26.0 update for Limit Login Attempts Reloaded! This update brings not only a fresh and modern design to enhance user experience but also introduces a game-changing feature – the Micro Cloud Plan. With this new plan, users can now enjoy a limited upgrade that grants access to premium features, providing an enhanced level of security and flexibility. We believe this update not only elevates the aesthetics of our plugin but also empowers users with greater control over their WordPress login security.

Release 2.26.0

  • New plugin design
  • Free Micro Cloud plan
  • Various tool tips added

Free Micro Cloud Plan

micro cloud plan for LLAR.

Elevate your WordPress website's security with Limit Login Attempts Reloaded's innovative Micro Cloud Plan. Experience the premium features such as Login Firewall, IP intelligence, and Deny By Country, all for free. Micro Cloud comes with limited monthly quotas, providing users with 1,000 requests in the first month and a consistent allocation of 100 requests per month thereafter. Requests will enable crucial IP database checks during login, allowing the cloud app to prevent IPs from initiating a login.

Learn more about Micro Cloud including how to upgrade right from the WordPress dashboard.

New Plugin Design

new limit login attempts reloaded plugin design for version 2.26.0

The newest iteration of our plugin design is aimed at enhancing user experience. In response to user feedback, we have streamlined the interface by eliminating certain advertisements associated with our premium plans, resulting in a cleaner and more user-friendly presentation.

Various Tool Tips Added

various tool tips added for version 2.26.0.

Within the plugin interface, you'll encounter an increased presence of tooltips and links directing you to documentation, aimed at providing clearer explanations for specific features. Recognizing that security can be intricate for many users, our goal is to simplify the usage of LLAR as much as possible.

Do you have any recommendations to improve LLAR? Submit your features and feedback to our roadmap to build a better software!

About the Author

Greg Fisher is the CMO and co-founder of Limit Login Attempts Reloaded, spearheading the company’s content and user acquisition.