Only allow one device to be logged into WordPress for each user.
WP Bouncer will make sure users are logged in from only one device at a time. This should deter people from sharing their login credentials for your site, which is especially good for paid membership sites.
WP Bouncer works by: * Storing a random "FAKESESSID" for each user when they log in. * If a user is logged in, on each page load (init hook), WP Bouncer checks if the FAKESESSID stored in the user's cookies is the same as the last login stored in a transient (fakesessid_user_login). * If not, WP Bouncer logs the user out and redirects them to a warning message.
For Example: * User A logs in as "user". Their FAKESESSID, say "SESSION_A" is stored in a WordPress option. * User B logs in as "user". Their FAKESESSID, say "SESSION_B" is overwrites the stored WordPress option. * User A tries to load a page on your site, WP Bouncer catches them and logs them out, redirecting them to the warning message. * User B can browse around the site as normal... unless... * User A logs in again as "user". Their FAKESESSID, SESSION_A_v2 is stored in the WordPress option. * Now user B would be logged out if they load another page.
Improvements: * Settings page to choose where users are taken after being bounced. * Keep track of how many bounces there are and lock the account down if there are so many in a small time frame.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-9-4
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