Support » Plugin: WassUp Real Time Analytics » Probably hack/malware attempt!

  • Hi.
    Thank you for the big update, but I have im my stats

    Probably hack/malware attempt!

    for the legit pages of my site.

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  • Plugin Author michelem

    (@michelem)

    Could you give us more info? What useragent get? Can you give a screenshot?

    http://imgur.com/a/WwKsT

    Plugin Author michelem

    (@michelem)

    You should click the BROWSER link and copy/paste the useragent string.

    http://imgur.com/a/0XF4D

    Plugin Contributor helened

    (@helened)

    Hi NewsArena,

    I see the problem. page_id=175 is being misunderstood by Wassup as an attempt to access a user account with id=175. I’ll do a fix right away.

    Plugin Contributor helened

    (@helened)

    NewsArena,
    The fix won’t be ready for at least a day.

    You can stop this from happening right now by doing this:

    Navigate to Wassup >> Options >> [General_Setup] tab
    and under Statistics recording, UNCHECK Enable spam and malware detection on records and save settings.

    Helene.

    NewsArena

    (@newsarena)

    Unfortunately this bug persist in the new version.

    http://imgur.com/a/PWKZZ

    It’s not only on sites without permalinks.

    Plugin Contributor helened

    (@helened)

    Sorry. We must have missed something in our tests.

    I looked at your screenshot and it seems that either the “/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php” request or the “bing” referrer data may be triggering the hack attempt label in that example.

    Can you tell me if “/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php” requests are consistently in the details from each “hack attempt” record?

    Thanks.

    NewsArena

    (@newsarena)

    Can you tell me if “/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php” requests are consistently in the details from each “hack attempt” record?

    No, it’s not only “/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php” requests.

    I am attaching new screenshot:

    http://imgur.com/a/ytvoX

    NewsArena

    (@newsarena)

    And another one. Keywords are always (not provided)

    http://imgur.com/a/tRqSn

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