Today we are excited to announce version 2.5.9 of the WP Security Audit Log WordPress plugin, and version 2.0 of the External DB premium add-on. We have really put in a lot of work in these versions, and finally you can mirror the WordPress audit trail to Syslog and Papertrail, the cloud-hosting log management system. […]
We just released an update of the WP Security Audit Log plugin and all the premium add-ons. In this update we standardized the date and time formats the plugin and all the add-ons use, and also the time zone. With this update, the WordPress audit trail of WP Security Audit Log can now be used […]
We have been asked several times if the WP Security Audit Log plugin keeps a record in the WordPress audit trail when a logged in user views a page or post, or opens it in the editor. And with this new update which we are happy to announce today, our answer is yes. But that’s […]
Today we released version 2.5.2 of the WP Security Audit Log, WordPress’ most comprehensive audit trail plugin. In this version we worked on: Logging of 404 HTTP Error Requests to a Log files Since we introduced the monitoring of 404 HTTP error requests many of you asked if they can see the URLs that are […]
Read this article for more information on why you should install and use the WP Security Audit Log plugin for keeping a WordPress audit trail, in which you keep a record of every change that is happening on your WordPress and WordPress multisite network websites and blogs.
In this post you will find the details on what is new and improved in the latest version of the external DB add-on for WP Security Audit Log plugin, the add-on that allows you to save the WordPress audit trail in an external database.
Announcing version 2.4 of WP Security Audit Log: a new hook for custom alerts, ability to keep a record of all WordPress menus changes and when users schedule either a post, page or custom post type for publishing. Read this post for an overview of what is new, improved and fixed.
The new version of WP Security Audit Log integrates with WordPress’ built-in revision system, thus allowing you to keep a record of all the content changes on posts, pages and custom post types. Therefore when a user changes some of the content on your WordPress you can use WordPress audit trail to see what the content changes were.
The new version of WP Security Audit Log has support for the External Database Add-On and is integrated with WhatIsMyIP.com so you can get more information about a specific IP address with just a click of a button. For more information about what is new, improved and fixed in this new version of WordPress’ most popular monitoring and audit log plugin read this post.
There are several benefits you can take advantage of when saving your WordPress Audit Log in an external database such as improving the security of your WordPress setup, boosting of performance and also ensure your website is compliant with the industry’s strict regulatory compliance requirements.