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 generating a 404 HTTP error code. Now you can log all these requests to a log file and see them. Refer to the FAQ on Logging 404 requests to a log file for more information on this functionality.
Support for WordPress 4.6
The new WordPress 4.6 will be released on the 15th of August. It includes a number of under-the-hood changes, therefore we updated our plugin so it is fully compatible with WordPress 4.6.
WP Security Audit Log Plugin Support
If you have any questions about our WordPress audit trail plugin do not hesitate to get in touch with us via email or call us on +44 (0)20 3588 0327. You can also visit our support page where you can find:
Get Started – Keep a Record of What is Happening on your WordPress
If you are not using WP Security Audit Log plugin to keep a record of everything that is happening on your WordPress in an audit trail, now is the time to start. Getting started is really easy, as explained in this introductory video.
Rate WP Security Audit Log
Last but not least, we would appreciate if you can spare a minute to rate the WP Security Audit Log plugin on the WordPress repository.