A security breach happened on your site. You’re unable to access your WordPress account. You try again with your Username and Password but to no avail. What now? You’re locked out.
Don’t worry. If you’re locked out of your site and can’t log in with your WordPress credentials. The chances are, there might be some issues with any of the plugins. You need to disable all of them.
But the problem is not solved. You’re still locked out and can’t access your WordPress. How can you disable your plugins when you can’t even log-in?
Well, there are two ways you can go about deactivate WordPress plugins without having access to your WordPress dashboard. Both of these methods, however, require you to access the cPanel or backend of your hosting provider.
Let’s look at the first method you can use.