Support » Plugin: Security & Malware scan by CleanTalk » Notice in php error log

  • Resolved corzel

    (@corzel)


    Hello,

    After last update I’m getting this notice in php error log.

    Notice: Undefined offset: 1 in /var/www/html/wp-content/plugins/security-malware-firewall/lib/CleantalkSP/Common/Helper.php on line 314

    Regards.

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  • Plugin Support SergeM

    (@serge00)

    Hello, @corzel.

    The option “Complete Deactivation” should fix the issue.

    Please, delete the CleanTalk Security Plugin with the Complete Deactivation option:
    • WordPress Admin Page —> Settings —> Security by CleanTalk —> General Settings —> enable “Complete Deactivation” —> Save Changes;
    • Plugins —> Installed plugins —> Security by CleanTalk —> Deactivate and Delete.

    Then install it again:
    https://cleantalk.org/help/install-wordpress-security

    Did it help?

    Thread Starter corzel

    (@corzel)

    Hi,

    Nop, the notice continues.

    Plugin Support alexandergull

    (@alexandergull)

    I transfer this info to the development group.

    We will contact you soon.

    Be well,

    Plugin Author Safronik

    (@safronik)

    Hello,

    Thank you for the feedback! We have fixed the problem.

    Please reinstall the plugin following these steps:

    1. Go to WordPress Administrator Panel —> Plugins.
    2. Find the plugin “Security & Malware scan by CleanTalk” —> Deactivate.
    3. After the automatic page refresh find the plugin again “Security & Malware scan by CleanTalk” —> Delete. Confirm “Yes, delete these files”.
    4. Download the plugin archive from here: https://github.com/CleanTalk/security-malware-firewall/releases/download/dev-version/security-malware-firewall.zip
    5. Go to Plugins —> Add New —> Upload Plugin.
    6. Choose the downloaded archive and press “Install Now”.

    Contact us if you have any questions.

    Plugin Support katereji

    (@katereji)

    Hello.
    We haven’t heard back from you in a while, so I’m going to mark this thread as “resolved” – if you have any further questions, you can start a new thread.
    Be well.

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