Do you have the WP Security Audit Log plugin installed on more than one website? We have good news for you! In this update we included a new plugin settings import/export feature to help you with setting up the plugin.
Today we are releasing WP Security Audit Log update 3.4.1. In this post we are highlighting what is new, improved and fixed in this update of the most comprehensive WordPress activity logs plugin.
Import & Export plugin configuration feature
Large businesses are always adding new websites to their web farm, especially WordPress agencies. Whenever they build a new website they also manually configure the WP Security Audit Log plugin.
However, that is no more! We developed a feature with which you can easily export and import the plugin settings. Now WordPress agencies and other businesses can easily deploy a standard plugin configuration to all the sites they add to their web farm with just a few mouse clicks.
New Hooks for theme developers
The plugin displays warning messages on the login page when you manage and limit users sessions and a user’s session is blocked. However, these messages do not show up on custom login pages.
In this version we have included some new hooks in the audit log plugin that your theme developer can use to display the plugin’s warnings on your custom login page.
Other highlights & improvements
Also in this update:
- Option to exclude a range of IP addresses from the activity log
- The Reports for WordPress support more date and time formats
- An updated content sensor that does not log events of legit background processes
- New hook to add logging of hidden custom fields to the activity logs
- Removed hard coded paths in the WordPress file integrity scanner
Refer to the plugin’s changelog for a complete list of what is new, improved and fixed in update 3.4.1 of the WP Security Audit Log plugin.
Update your activity log plugin
This version update of WP Security Audit Log also includes bug fixes and performance improvements. So as always, it is recommended to update your plugin! A prompt alerting you that an update is available will pop up the next time you login to your WordPress dashboard.
Do you need help?
Do you have any questions or need help with the plugin or update? Contact our support team. We’d be more than happy to assist you.