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Hi,

 

first of all, there's a lot of contributions dealing with admin protection... take a look at these...

 

Then, to edit .htaccess file, you need notepad on windows, or vi on linux ;)

For windows, you can't name it .htaccess and transfer it by FTP after, you must name it asyouwant and rename it on the server.

 

a great site dealing with this

http://www.bc.edu/offices/help/meta-elemen...urefolder.shtml

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In addition you can rename your admin dir to a secret name (requires to change two values in your admin configure.php file accordingly).

 

For the fun I also created a fake admin, if someone enters the fake admin his ip address is emailed to me ;)

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