We are happy to announce version 2.4 of WP Security Audit Log plugin. In this version we have the long awaited hook that allows you to create your own custom monitoring and several new alerts. Here is an overview of what is new, improved and fixed in this new version of WordPress’ number one audit trail plugin.
Create Your Own Custom Alerts
Would you like to monitor changes of something specific on your WordPress that the plugin does not? Maybe monitor the changes on a custom WordPress solution, or changes on a third party plugin? In this version we released a new hook that allows you to do just that. Refer to the Create custom alerts in the WordPress audit trail document for more information.
Monitoring Changes in WordPress Menus
In this version we also introduced new alerts to keep a record of all WordPress menus changes done from both the WordPress admin pages and the customizer. Here is a list of new WordPress menu alerts:
- Alert 2078: User created a new menu
- Alert 2079: User added objects to the menu
- Alert 2080: User removed objects from the menu
- Alert 2081: User deleted a menu
- Alert 2082: User changed the settings of a menu
- Alert 2083: User modified the content in a menu
- Alert 2084: User changed the name of a menu
- Alert 2085: User changed the order of the objects in a menu
Keeping Track of Scheduled Posts, Pages and Custom Post Types
In version 2.4 of WP Security Audit Log we also added the below alerts, allowing you to also keep a record when a WordPress user schedules a post, page or custom post type:
- Alert 2074: User scheduled a post for publishing
- Alert 2075: User scheduled a page for publishing
- Alert 2076: User scheduled a custom post type for publishing
Refer to the complete list of WordPress security alerts for more information about every WordPress change WP Security Audit Log can keep track of in the audit trail.
Other Improvements and Bug Fixes in WP Security Audit Log 2.4
In this new version of WP Security Audit Log we also fixed an issue where the automatic pruning of Alerts was not working in an out of the box installation. For a detailed list of what is new and fixed in this version please refer to the plugin’s changelog.
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Keep track of all the changes on your WordPress and WordPress multisite installations with WP Security Audit Log plugin. Getting started is very easy, as explained in this introductory video.
You can also use the premium add-ons to get more out of the audit trail such as create email notifications, generate user and compliance reports, store the WordPress audit trail in an external database and much more.
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