Protect Your WordPress Website

IP Blacklist Cloud plugin protects your WordPress based website from spam comments, gives details about login attacks which you don't even know are happening without this plugin!

IPBLC Server

With IPBLC Server and plugin, you can synchronize blacklisted IP addresses among multiple WordPress websites. No need to import and export file among them.

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Spam Protection

There are many servers with static IP addresses around the globe and they spam WordPress sites with comments to get backlinks. Once you detect any spam comment, you can blacklist that IP and it will not be able to see your website content.

Limit Login Attempts

You can set login attempts limit for anyone which includes time frame of that limit. If anyone reaches that limit, plugin will block IP address itself and send you email with details about attempts. You can delete such IP addresses later on after resolving the issue.

Stops Brute Force Attacks

Without this plugin, you will not be able to detect who is trying to login admin panel with brute force attacks. You can stop them by blacklisting IP addresses and you can add "usernames" to Auto Block option.

Manage Multiple Websites

With IPBLC Server, you can manage multiple websites from one place. Synchronize IP addresses, details about failed login attempts, recommended blacklist IP addresses and much more.

Weekly IP Blacklist Chart

This chart shows number of IP addresses blacklisted in last week using this plugin.

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Recent Comments

  • 118.91.190.123

    Attempted unauthorized login to my website

    by Vatsala Shukla May 23, 2017 5:21:22
  • 91.210.145.221

    Has tried multiple times (without success) to log into my WordPress site. Has my unique user ID which I can only assume he got from blog posts. Password is pretty much unhackable, though, plus only my own IP is allowed to log into the site. It's annoying, though. He won't give up.

    by Mike May 22, 2017 13:43:49
  • 91.200.12.49

    Bruteforce CMS Attacker for a Bot-Network

    by Anonymous May 22, 2017 12:59:53
  • 122.129.79.68

    This is what got logged by IP Blacklist Cloud under the Full Details Tab>>> "1.0"?>wp.getUsersBlogsadmin111111. The attacker was attempting to use the wp.getUsersBlogs function and a list of popular usernames and passwords. A quick bit of research shows me that after a successful attempt this function will return whether or not the user is an admin.I did find a plugin that completely disables the XML-RPC (API), but I'm not sure that won't cause other problems.


    Make sure your password is over 15 CHARS and complicated. Also don't use the user name Admin! You should be safe.

    by EBC May 22, 2017 3:45:20
  • 89.111.179.52

    No user of my site, therefore, attack my site

    by Holger May 21, 2017 18:45:20
  • 85.17.175.206

    No user of my site, therefore, attack my site

    by Holger May 21, 2017 18:44:17
  • 69.49.102.228

    No user of my site, therefore, attack my site

    by Holger May 21, 2017 18:42:15
  • 213.203.223.224

    No user of my site, therefore, attack my site

    by Holger May 21, 2017 18:41:59

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