Support » Plugin: WP-Sentinel » [Plugin: WP-Sentinel] Will it work for WP3.01?

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  • Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    Actually, the plugin was just released two days ago, so I think developer just made a typo when listing its compatibility.

    dgw

    (@voyagerfan5761)

    No problems apparent in WP3.0.1. If there’s a typo, I hope evilsocket targets the next plugin release (1.0.7) to fix it.

    If the code’s on GitHub I could fix it myself… 😀

    Plugin Author evilsocket

    (@evilsocket)

    Ops, i’ve just commited the 1.0.7, on the 1.0.8 i will correct the typo 🙂

    I know, i love git and github too, but here i have to use svn … i hate svn -.-

    Anyway, do u like wp-sentinel ? ^^

    Plugin Author evilsocket

    (@evilsocket)

    well, i updated 1.0.7 before the wp engine fetched the update, so 1.0.7 readme.txt is typo corrected now 🙂

    Plugin Author evilsocket

    (@evilsocket)

    SVN messed up 1.0.7, fixed in 1.0.7.1 -.-

    Anyway to “hook” a git repo to wordpress repos ?

    Plugin Author evilsocket

    (@evilsocket)

    1.0.7.2

    Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    Anyway to “hook” a git repo to wordpress repos ?

    I don’t think so, but contact plugins@wordpress.org just to be sure.

    Plugin Author evilsocket

    (@evilsocket)

    Done .. let’s wait for answers 🙂

    Okay, this may be a bit off base, but I am starting to work with Git, and would like to add WordPress to the list of services on Git. Their docs say to create a ruby file, by the name of the service, ie. wordpress.rb, and then write the code to include the open source solution to GIT services. I guess more than anything, if someone could push me in the right direction, to a tutorial, or something, I am sure the scope of this job would be beyond a simple answer here. Or if someone who knows what to do wouldn’t mind working with me on it, and showing me how to do it, I would be most appreciative.
    Thanks!

    When I try to ban an IP in WP-Ban, WP-Sentinel bans my IP and blocks the process! I thought logged-in admin was exempt from WP-Sentinel checks? What’s the deal? There is nowhere to whitelist admin IP’s either. Admins can’t get banned. That’s not good!

    Evilsocket I have a similar problem. I tried all advices and here is the situation. My wp sentinel tables in the sql database are EMPTY. I yet continue to get this message displayed for the website on my own ip:
    Due to suspicious activities, you are temporarily banned from this site.

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