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  • Plugin Author wpsolutions


    Yes but IP is only used purely for security reasons to protect your site from hackers and spammers.

    Do you come with a GDPR declaration?

    I think it’s allowed to keep the ip-adresses for some time for security purposes, but after a certain time they have to be deleted.

    Can you build add a purging system which deletes failed login records and the account activity logs after a certain period?
    And make that period adjustable for the needs of the site?

    A bit like Google does in Analytics now.


    Jan Alwin de Jong

    Plugin Author wpsolutions


    Hi @janalwin
    Thanks I will see what I can do.
    Currently the plugin already has an hourly wp_cron job which will check the aiowps DB tables and if there are over 5000 records in a particular table it will delete the oldest records and keep the newest 5000. The number of records to keep per table is adjustable via use of the following filters:

    $max_rows_event_table = apply_filters( 'aiowps_max_rows_event_table', $max_rows_event_table );
    $max_rows_failed_logins_table = apply_filters( 'aiowps_max_rows_failed_logins_table', $max_rows_failed_logins_table );
    $max_rows_login_activity_table = apply_filters( 'aiowps_max_rows_login_attempts_table', $max_rows_login_activity_table );
    $max_rows_global_meta_table = apply_filters( 'aiowps_max_rows_global_meta_table', $max_rows_global_meta_table );
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