First of all thanks for your time and answers.
I've got a website done by a company.The admin panel they use ( as I assume) is Version 1.0. It also could be a hybrid system.
As I noticed from my cpanel, I see many different ips trying to reach the url " /admin."
Is there any extensions or solutions that I can use to avoid this. Thanks a lot folks.
Then, a 'regular' access to the Admin Login Page is no longer possible,
and any attempt to access Admin will be rerouted to the Front Site again.
Still, no admin FOLDER Move is required, and everything will work as before.
You can try this here, and see, what happen, I slightly modified the Code, to
redirect to the front index page and not to an error Page, as done by default.
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Yes, there is: https://www.opencart.com/index.php?rout ... on_id=4773Is there any extensions or solutions that I can use to avoid this. Thanks a lot folks.
While this analogy is true, htpasswd is still vulnerable to CSRF attackers since it does not use a strong algorithm to protect its folders.You could also use an htpasswd on that directory, so that only you can access it.
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