Blog

Activity Logs Compliment Your WordPress Security Plugin & Solution

Very often we are asked how our activity log plugin compares to, and possibly replaces security plugins and solutions such as Malcare, Sucuri and WordFence. The very short answer is that even though our plugin is a security plugin, it does not compete with these type of WordPress security plugins. The WP Security Audit Log plugin […]

Update 3.2.4 – Activity Logs for Gutenberg

We are happy to announce update 3.2.4 of WP Security Audit Log, the first activity log plugin to fully support Gutenberg, the new WordPress editor. In this update we also included other new features and improvements. This post highlights what is new and improved in this update of the most comprehensive activity log plugin for […]

How to Limit & Manage Users Sessions in WordPress Sites & Multisite Networks

Do you ever wonder who is logged in to your WordPress site or multisite network right now? And what content they are reading, or what they are doing while logged in to your site? Knowing such information is crucial for a WordPress site owner or administrator. It will help you better manage your site and […]

Update 3.2.3.3 of WP Security Audit Log Released

Today we released version 3.2.3.3 of WP Security Audit Log, the comprehensive WordPress activity log plugin. This is a hotfix release, which includes some bug fixes but also a number of improvements that make the plugin easier to use. Here is a highlight of what is included in this version update. New Activity Log Events […]

WP Security Audit Log 3.2.3 – Focus on easy of use & user experience

The detailed WordPress activity log is what sets the WP Security Audit Log plugin apart from the competition. Hence why businesses trust the plugin to keep a log of what is happening on their WordPress websites and multisite networks. Though the same comprehensiveness and detailed activity log is also what sometimes overwhelm users. Sometimes the […]

A list of Useful Log Files You Can Find On Your WordPress Web Server

Every service running on the web server on which your WordPress website is hosted has a log file. Log files are used to keep a record of what a service or software has done or what errors it encountered while running. Hence why logs are a vital tool for administrators, webmasters, developers, testers and anyone […]

WP Security Audit Log 3.2.2 Released

We are happy to announce the July 2018 update of WP Security Audit Log, the most comprehensive WordPress activity log plugin. The main highlight of this update is support for MainWP, a WordPress plugin that allows you to manage multiple WordPress installs from one central dashboard. This update also includes several other new features, improvements and […]

WordPress file changes warnings & more in WP Security Audit Log 3.2

Just a few weeks after we released WP Security Audit Log 3.1.7, and a few weeks before we hit WordCamp Europe we are happy to announce the new WP Security Audit Log 3.2, which (finally) includes WordPress file integrity checker. Read this post for a highlight of what is new and improved in version 3.2 […]

Why we switched from Selling Our WordPress Plugin with EDD (Easy Digital Downloads) to Freemius

How it all started The first version of the WP Security Audit Log plugin was released on the 24th May 2013. Like many other businesses it all started because of a need – when I used to do security audits of WordPress websites I noticed that the majority of admins took care of hardening (like […]

WP Security Audit Log 3.1.7 – New data inspector and external database buffer

We are happy to announce another big WP Security Audit Log plugin update this month! Here are the highlights of this update: New Data Inspector for the WordPress activity log When the WP Security Audit Log plugin keeps a log of a change, it records a lot of technical details, though most of them are […]