One Click SetupJust Activate and it starts working.
Hides WordPressCompletely hides the fact that you are using WordPress.
Spam FilterNo more spam messages in your inbox.
Add CaptchaTo prevent bot attacks.
Changes Backend LinksChanges the links to back-end as well to prevent attacks.
Inbuild SupportNo need to visit the support website login again and wait for response. Invisible WP has an inbuilt support panel that lets you raise tickets from plugin dashboard itself.
Don’t need any Technical SkillsInvisible WP can be fine-tuned in its smallest details, however, to use the plugin you don’t need any technical skills, you only have to activate the plugin. That`s all. If there is a need for any custom settings, the plugin will help you with several messages (e.g. if the cache directory cannot be opened).
Compatible with Managed WordPress HostingOfficially the WPEngine and Godaddy hostings are supported, however, the plugin should work with all hosting providers. If you notice any issues with any managed hostings, please contact us at support@invisiblewp. Please take it into account that these providers may use other cache solutions as well, and only WPEngine is handled automatically by Invisible WP.
Deactivate Invisible WP module will everything return to Normal ?
Invisible WP does not rename your directories and files, it only masks them, so if you deactivate the module or the plugin, everything will return to its original state.
Compatible with other Security PluginsInvisible WP is compatible with most security plugins, however, conflicts may occur when both plugins rename the admin URL or two firewalls are activated at once. Because the Invisible WP plugin offers an integrated solution, there is no need (and it is not recommended) to be used with other firewalls or “hide WordPress’’ plugins.
You won’t have any SEO problems if you’re not going to change the content URLs (post, tag, category, author, feed), but if you decide to change them, it’s probably not going to hurt you, however, these will be removed from Google’s index eventually. But if you have a broken link pointing to a 404 then yes, you are leaking PR. With a new WordPress site you will not have any problems when you change these URLs.