Identify WordPress issues before they become a security problem by keeping an audit log of users and all of the under the hood WordPress activity.
I've used this plugin for couple of months now, and generally I'm satisfied with it. The support is also great. I once had an issue with this plugin, and the guys from WP White Security helped me to sort it out nicely. Well done!!!
I had a bug and the guys at WP White Security fixed it, sent me new files, and my plugin is good as new! Please continue to support this plugin, you can never have too many security plugins!
I have tested several similar plugins but this one tops them all. The amount of detail it reports is exactly what I was looking for.
For example many plugins raise a generic alert that a "user's profile was modified" when someone resets the password. On the other hand WP Security Audit Log specifically raises an alert that the user's password was reset and by who in the same scenario.
5 Stars and thank you!
If user was deleted, get_userdata() return false (not WP_User object). And in debug.log I see:
PHP Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in wp-content/plugins/wp-security-audit-log/inc/WPPHUtil.php on line 72 PHP Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in wp-content/plugins/wp-security-audit-log/inc/WPPHUtil.php on line 73 PHP Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in wp-content/plugins/wp-security-audit-log/inc/WPPHUtil.php on line 74
This is plugin is great for tracking activity on your site particularly if you've got multiple users logging in.
Filtering in the viewer would make reviewing activity a little easier, but really no complaints!
Really appreciate the on-going work!
Really awesome plugin. Needed to track things to backtrack when issues come up. Also great for seeing how many attacks you get for unauthorized login attempts. A+
Note - I contacted the plugin author and they were quick to reply, and their reply was everything you would want. They are a class act.
We've been reviewing this plugin and just are amazed at how it exposes stuff going on that we had no other way to see. Life was good until we installed this plugin on a site that also used WP Mandrill.
I thought this was a sneaky enough problem, that I wrote up the problem and how we found it on our website WPMandrill Plugin – WP_Mail Conflict
In a nutshell, WP Security Audit Log calls pluginable.php and then WP Mandrill tries to define wp_mail, which was already defined in pluginable.php. So I hope that the developers of WP Security Audit Log can do their magic and let the two plugins co-exist.
Fantastic for keeping track of WP installs with multiple users in terms of accountability. Also great to help mitigate brute force attacks. Thank you!
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