Country Code Failed Login
Log and block IP addresses after a single failed login attempt if they are from a different country to you.
- Update remote URL in plugin file
- Tiny bug fix with an undeclared variable which causes a warning message on some sites
- Checks if the debug file exists before checking its size
- Does not require deactivation / reactivation to create custom db to store local ips
- Plugin stores banned IPs locally now to minimise external connections (particularly during an active attack!!)
- Bug fix. prevents accidental automatic disabling of the plugin!
- Bug fix. First check if the debug file exists before attempting to delete it!
- Added logging capabilities.
- All external links now use https
- Added all country codes to an include file which is installed with the plugin so that remote lookups are not needed (negates v1.0.4)
- Added remote lookups of the list of country codes to use in the settings page. If a new country code(s) is added to the remote server, they are automatically updated locally.
- Added the register_shutdown_function to check if a SOAP not found error has occured and automatically disables this plugin and display a useful message to the user. This version negates v1.0.2
- Added ccfl argument to wp-login.php?ccfl=off if your host is not correctly setup and the plugin causes your login form to crash.
- Added a message loader function to import announcements / news and update messages from the main server into the settings screen.
- Added a message dialog in the dashboard's right now box to show stats
- Added new stats in the settings screens. Blocked by you this month and Attacks against you blocked by the network this month
- Added a check in check_ban routine to see if the request page was the wp-login.php form. If not it returns. This saves on external lookups to the PHP-Web-Host.com server
- This is the first version :)
Requires: 3.5.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.0
Last Updated: 2014-1-2
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