Support » Plugin: All-In-One Security (AIOS) – Security and Firewall » Event Notification Management

  • Resolved Ascar

    (@mantukai)


    AIWP Security – Absolute must for everyone and one of the most valuable plugins. If you don’t believe me – install it and check in 1 day how many douchebags are trying to break into your site every day to lock you out and demand ransom for the changed passwords. You will be amazed.

    A question to the authors – since the last update (I guess) I started receiving an email advising that an IP address has been locked after someone has unsuccessfully tried to login with admin/admin on the standard login page. This is great to know, but unfortunately, like I said, there are too many SoBs whose way of making money is to break and steal. So, currently I receive 20-30 email per day. Is there a way to tell AIOWPS to send me only a summary email once a day, any other way to manage notifications?

    Thanks a lot in advance

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  • Plugin Contributor wpsolutions

    (@wpsolutions)

    Hi @mantukai,

    So, currently I receive 20-30 email per day. Is there a way to tell AIOWPS to send me only a summary email once a day, any other way to manage notifications?

    I think your suggestion is a reasonable one but this type of feature is not currently available.
    I will see what I can do but I’m sure you appreciate that more urgent tasks will come first.

    Thread Starter Ascar

    (@mantukai)

    Hello, @wpsolutions.

    Please see if you can add a parameter to the plugin that would limit the number of emails sent. Your plugin is great, but if I have it installed on say 10 sites and I get on average 40-50 hack attempts per site – do I have to delete 500 messages every day?

    We all need this kind of checkbox as in iThemes Security

    iThemes Security Image

    And for the summary email

    Digest Email

    Thank you for your help in advance

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 4 months ago by Ascar.
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