WordPress Users Sessions Management & Tools
Who’s logged in to your WordPress right now? You can’t know unless you take full control of your website. With the WP Security Audit Log premium plugin you can see who’s logged in, and what they are doing in real time. You can remotely terminate their sessions and even manage logged in users sessions.
See Who is Logged In to Your WordPress
See who is logged in to your WordPress website and multisite network and from where. Get a better understanding of everything that is happening so if an account is hacked you can immediately spot it!
Know What Users Are Doing in Real Time
In the logged in users section you can also see the last change that logged in user has done, in real time, allowing you to keep a close eye on a user’s activity.
Too many logged in Users? Use the Search
If you have too many logged in users and you cannot find what you are looking for you use the search functionality. You can use the filters to search for a particular username, first & last name, IP address and user role.
Remotely Terminate WordPress Users’ Sessions with One Click
If you are suspicious of a user’s session, maybe you suspect it is a hacked account, or you simply would like to terminate someone’s session just click the Destroy Session button to instantly terminate it.
Terminate All Users’ Session with just One Click
In case of a suspected hack attack, or if something is wrong on your website you can also log everyone out with just a click of a button, without terminating your own session.
Fully Manage, Limit or Block Users Sessions
Do you have a membership or subscription website? Do you want to make sure users do not share their logins?
You can use the WP Security Audit Log premium plugin to manage multiple users sessions – limit the number of multiple sessions for the same WordPress user or block them. Such control will also safeguard your users, in case a WordPress user account is hacked.
Allow Users to Manage their Sessions
Do your users need a bit more control? You can configure WP Security Audit Log to ask the logged in user to allow other sessions with the same user or block them when there is a login attempt.