Note: Managed WordPress accounts do not support the addition of a second password as described in this article.This article shows you how to add an additional password to your wp-admin folder under WordPress® on Linux shared hosting. A few important things you need before you get started:
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You can add an extra layer of security by requiring an additional password before users are allowed to access your wp-admin folder. This can prevent attacks that attempt to bypass the WordPress admin login.
Requiring an additional password shouldn't interfere with plugins, themes, and stock WordPress installations.
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Now, when you visit your WordPress admin login, you are prompted to log in.