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jetpack has locked your site’s login page

Bonjour impossible de me connecter à mon back office aujourd’hui car j’ai ce message
“jetpack has locked your site’s login page”.
De plus quand je suis le “debug” et que je clique sur le lien , j’ai ce message
“<“error”:”Bad Request”,”message”:”Invalid input.”>”

The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

You should now be able to login again, and this issue shouldn’t repeat itself. Jetpack’s Protect function looks at the incoming IP address when you try to login, and compares it against our network of blocked IPs. This works pretty well, unless Jetpack’s Protect is being told the wrong IP address by your site’s server. In your case, your server was reporting its own IP address to Protect, which is why it was blocked. This meant that every single time someone with a WordPress site on your site’s server entered the wrong password, we thought it was the same person. If your hosting provider has several hundred WordPress sites on the same server/IP, that adds up fast, leading to a ban on the IP.

I’ve made a couple of changes on our side, and Jetpack’s Protect feature will now determine incoming IP addresses a different way. You’re still protected!

sorry but it doesn’t work
Same problem
Phil

Edit
Resart my computer and i’ts work

Hello,
I am exhausted that Jetpack lock my login to my backoffice
Please how to stop definitely that inconvenient
I need to work on my website at any moment, I do not need that Jetpack lock !

If that does not help, could you post your site URL here so I can have a look?

If you want it to remain private, you can also contact us via this contact form:
http://jetpack.com/contact-support/?rel=support

Thank you Jeremy!
I have followed your instructions
I really hope this will work… and resolve this issue in future

I notice the contact form if need be

Again the same problem, cannot go to my backoffice,
“Jetpack Protect a bloqué la page de connexion de votre site”
Impossible de me connecter à mon back office aujourd’hui car j’ai ce message
“jetpack has locked your site’s login page”.
De plus quand je suis le “debug” et que je clique sur le lien , j’ai ce message
“<“error”:”Bad Request”,”message”:”Invalid input.”>”

Cela devient problématique car même problème il y 15 jours.
Quelle est la procédure définitive pour ne plus avoie ce probleme ?
– Supprimer l’option de protection de jetpack ?

@philk34 Looking at your site’s log in page right now, you seem to be using 3 different plugins to protect your log in form:
http://cl.ly/qVgM

That seems like a bit too much, and it is very likely that some of those plugins will conflict with each other. I would recommend that you try to deactivate 2 of those solutions, and only keep one. I would personally recommend that you only keep Jetpack’s Protect feature since it also protects your site’s /xmlrpc.php file against brute force attacks, but that is up to you!

Once you have only one solution in play, things should work better.

I hope this helps.

I never attempted login even twice as the password is saved… still jetpack locked my admin id. and on trying to retrieve with

I understand that I am also using many apps for login protection but till now for 2 years I never had any issue, then why all of a sudden now.

And how to remove the lock. restarting the comp obviously didn’t work.

Jetpack 3.4 Adds Protection Against Brute Force Attacks

Last August, Automattic acquired Parka, LLC, the makers of the BruteProtect security tool for WordPress, with the goal of integrating its features into Jetpack. The services provided in BruteProtect Pro were subsequently offered for free.

Jetpack 3.4 was released today with brute force protection available to users via a new module called Protect. You can find it under the Jetpack settings page or within your centralized dashboard on WordPress.com.

Enabling protection against botnet attacks is as simple as checking a box:

The new module protects your login form from brute force attempts and allows you to scan your site for malicious code in Jetpack. It also allows you to manage a whitelist of IP addresses if you ever need to prevent Jetpack from blocking one.

At the bottom of your Jetpack stats summary, where you find the number of spam comments blocked by Akismet, you’ll also now see the number of blocked malicious login attempts.

As of February 2015, the BruteProtect plugin has defended over 225,000 sites from more than 350 million botnet attacks. The plan is to phase out the independent plugin by the end of 2015 in favor of maintaining its features via Jetpack.

Jetpack Protect is a truly compelling new addition to the plugin. Its inclusion means that millions of WordPress sites will now have free access to protection against brute force attacks, making a large portion of the web more secure.

With the addition of Protect, the plugin has grown to include 36 modules, which can be a bit overwhelming for new users. Jetpack 3.4 introduces a new “Jump Start” feature that will activate a curated set of modules to get you started. This release also includes a list of 43 enhancements and 11 bug fixes, which you can view on the plugin’s changelog.

Jetpack Locked Site’s Login Page – Fix In 2 Minutes.

This article of Geeabo teaches you about How to Fix Jetpack Locked Site’s Login Page.

Friends, This month my days going too busy. And after when I got a break, I decided to write an article.

But when I opened my website and then when I go to my site’s login page, I got a page written there that “Jetpack Locked Site’s Login Page“.

Your IP address has been flagged for potential security violations.

You can unlock your login by sending yourself a special link via email.

And after reading it I became worried.

And I started thinking about how it would be fixed or solved?

So, today I only want to share my own experience with you.

And I hope this will helps you a lot when you will also get stuck here.

So, without wasting any more time and making this article too long.

Let’s get started.

How to Fix Jetpack Locked Site’s Login Page.

So, first of all, try to do an official method what Jetpack says.

#1. Go to your website’s login page.

#2. Now enter your registered email address or username and then click on send email button.

#3. Now open a new tab and log in to your email account.

#4. Open the jetpack message.

#5. And click on login button link.

#6. Now, it will open a new Windows and ask for your password.

#7. So, simply provide the password and click on login.

#8. And Hurry, 🙂 You are now logged in.

But If this method does not work in your case.

And an error arise like this?

Then try this one.

#1. Open wordpress.com.

#2. Now click on Login.

#3. Simply enter your username and password and click on Login.

#4. Now click on My Site in the top left corner and then scroll down and go to Settings.

#5. By clicking on Settings, by default, you will come in the General tab.

#6. So, simply go to the last option by clicking on Security.

#7. Now you are in the Security tab.

#8. Disable Monitor your site’s downtime under Downtime Monitoring.

#9. And now disable the second option Prevent and block malicious login attempts under Prevent brute force login attacks.

#10. Now come to your site’s login page and try to log in.

Hope it will help you.

Conclusion.

This may happen to you if you installed Jetpack plugin.

You can also delete this plugin from your hosting file manager.

But it disconnects your site from WordPress.com.

And by doing this, you can’t get any features of the jetpack.

So, here I write an article without deleting the plugin from the file manager.

Follow the article carefully.

This is very easy to do.

So, this was the process to fix the Jetpack Locked Site’s Login Page.

If you have any question or suggestion regarding this article, then feel free to ask me in the comment box below.

After helping you, I feel very happy.

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