I noticed today that if a user is directed to the main login.php page <mine would be http://www.bunkybuddy.com/wp-login.php> there is a small link at the bottom that says "register" upon clicking that link, the url changes to "http://www.bunkybuddy.com/wp-login.php?action=register" Which then prompts the user for their username and password.. if the user fills out this imformation and clicks the "comfirm" button, they are then sent an email with a password <generated by wordpress i presume> and a link http://www.bunkybuddy.com/wp-login.php to login.... there is NO WHERE to disable this function as it used to take them to my regular register page... i have no intent on allowing people to create accounts by simply using a username and email address.. and furthermore i have issues with the link it refers to having /wp-login.php included in it when they could very easily login from my home website http://www.bunkybuddy.com.. If ANYONE can help me with this issue then i would be highly grateful. I'm assuming this is some new feature in wordpress 3.3.2? Also, any clues on how to get rid of the 'wp-login" being in the URL altogether? i dont want to advertise to people that i am using wordpress. No offense, but i think it's a vulnerability as it allows those who may wish to harm my installation a "Heads Up" on where to begin should they choose to do so..Please Advise..