Keep an audit trail of all changes and under the hood WordPress activity to ensure productivity and thwart possible WordPress hacker attacks.
The Audit Log Viewer from where the WordPress administrator can see all the security events generated by WP Security Audit Log WordPress plugin.
See who is logged in to your WordPress and manage users sessions with the Users Sessions Management Add-On
The WP Security Audit Log plugin settings from where WordPress administrator can configure generic plugin settings such as reverse proxy support, who can manage the plugin etc.
The WordPress audit trail settings from where you can configure automatic pruning of alerts, which timestamp should be used, how many 404 requests should be logged and more.
Configuring WordPress email alerts with the Email Notifications Add-On
Search and filters functionality to automatically search through the WordPress security audit log with the Search Extension
The Enable/Disable Alerts settings node from where Administrators can disable or enable WordPress security alerts.
The Audit Log Viewer of a Super Admin in a WordPress multisite network installation with the Site selection drop down menu.
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)
WP Security Audit Log is integrated with the built-in revision system of WordPress, thus allowing you to see what content changes users make on your WordPress posts, pages and custom post types. For more information read Keep Record of All WordPress Content Changes with WP Security Audit Log Plugin
Mirror the WordPress audit trail to an external solution such as Syslog or Papertrail to centralize logging, ensure logs are always available and cannot be tampered with in the unfortunate case of a hack attack.
Requires: 3.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 1 week ago
Active Installs: 40,000+
3 of 4 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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