Support » Plugin: Wordfence Security - Firewall & Malware Scan » Problems with the Falcon Engine

  • Resolved Gabriel Avelar

    (@gabriel-avelar)


    The plugin is great, but when the Falcon Engine is active site users can not log the cache prevents the update page and atentique the user. I want to make active Falcon Engine because it really leaves the site very fast, but I have not found solutions to the user log, as the added pages to it does not use the cache, but without success.

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  • Plugin Author WFMattR

    (@wfmattr)

    Are you using a plugin that modifies the login process?

    Falcon normally would not cache the login page, or any pages viewed by users who are already logged in, so it usually works fine for sites where multiple users log in.

    Thread Starter Gabriel Avelar

    (@gabriel-avelar)

    Yes, uso o UserPro para o login de usuarios, também notei que um puglin de chat o Chat X não está enviando as conversas dos usuários. Gostaria de continuar usando o Wordfende.

    Plugin Author WFMattR

    (@wfmattr)

    Since UserPro is a paid plugin, I can’t review it here, but in general, if the plugin has specific pages that should not be cached, you can use Cache Exclusions on the “Performance Setup” page of Wordfence, as described here:
    Falcon Cache – Cache Exclusions

    For example, if the plugin creates a page yoursite.com/login/ then you might need to choose “URL starts with” and enter “/login/” and click the “Add Exclusion” button.

    If the plugin modifies every page of the site though (like if there is a login box on every page), it may not be compatible with caching. The rest of Wordfence would still work in that case, just not the cache.

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