Sometimes we are unable to reproduce a problem a user is encountering when using the WP Security Audit Log plugin. In such cases we would require more information from the user’s WordPress website, which can be found in a log file. These log files can be generated by enabling the WordPress debug. Note that debugging (the process of finding […]
The Email Notifications Add-On uses two different built-in email templates. One is used for the email notifications that are built by the user (when using the Email Notification Trigger Builder) and the other is used for the Built-in Email Security Notifications. You can edit and personalise each of these email templates, and can also configure a different […]
It is possible to mirror a copy of the WordPress audit trail to your web server’s syslog. By mirroring the audit trail to syslog you can centralize the logging of your WordPress website with all the other logs, and ensure the audit trail is not tampered with and always available, even in the unfortunate case of a successful […]
You can archive some of the alerts from the main WordPress security audit trail database to a secondary one to keep the main audit trail database small, manageable and fast. Once the alerts are archived in the archiving database they can still be viewed, searched through and be included in the reports as explained in this […]
You can now mirror the WordPress audit trail to Papertrial, in case you use it to centralise all the logging of your IT assets, including your web application. By mirroring the WordPress audit trail you also ensure it cannot be tampered with and is always available, even in the unfortunate case of a WordPress hack or white […]
This FAQ explains how to enable or disable the functionality to keep a record of all the 404 requests to a log file.
This FAQ explains how you can allow WordPress users with non-administrator roles, or users with a specific role to access the WordPress audit log, in which a record of all the changes that happened on WordPress is stored.
This frequently asked question explains the different methods available to search for a specific change in your WordPress audit trail when using the WP Security Audit Log plugin.
This frequently asked question explains which add-on to use to generate any type of user activity and changes WordPress reports from the WordPress audit trail.
This frequently asked question explains how you can extend the functionality of the WP Security Audit Log plugin to be able to receive email security notifications when important changes happen on your WordPress.