Plugin Directory

WP Security Audit Log

Keep an WordPress audit log of all users' changes and other under the hood activity - Identify WordPress issues before they become security probl

  1. wp-security-audit-log screenshot 1

    The Audit Log Viewer from where the WordPress administrator can see all the security events generated by WP Security Audit Log WordPress plugin.

  2. wp-security-audit-log screenshot 2

    The WP Security Audit Log plugin options from where WordPress administrator can configure the auto pruning of security alerts and specific user access.

  3. wp-security-audit-log screenshot 3

    Configuring WordPress email alerts with the Notifications Extensions

  4. wp-security-audit-log screenshot 4

    Search and filters functionality to automatically search through the WordPress security audit log with the Search Extension

  5. wp-security-audit-log screenshot 5

    The Enable/Disable Alerts settings node from where Administrators can disable or enable WordPress security alerts.

  6. wp-security-audit-log screenshot 6

    The Audit Log Viewer of a Super Admin in a WordPress multisite network installation with the Site selection drop down menu.

  7. wp-security-audit-log screenshot 7

    If there are more than 15 sites in a multisite, an auto complete site search shows up instead of the drop down menu (see screenshots for reference)

Requires: 3.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.3
Last Updated: 2015-4-16
Active Installs: 10,000+


4.6 out of 5 stars


17 of 25 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.

Got something to say? Need help?


Not enough data

0 people say it works.
0 people say it's broken.

100,1,1 100,1,1 100,1,1
89,9,8 100,1,1
67,3,2 100,3,3
100,1,1 100,4,4
75,4,3 100,2,2 80,5,4 100,1,1
100,1,1 100,2,2
100,1,1 100,2,2
100,2,2 100,1,1
100,1,1 100,1,1 100,1,1
0,2,0 100,3,3