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  • Hi, i encounter false spamhits. The new update 1.9.3 did not resolve the problem.

    – Googlebot is marked as hackattempt
    – Mobile-users who search my site are marked as hackattempt. I’m sure it aren’t hackers, because they are possible clients who search specific pages and the are all situated from my small countryregion (flanders, belgium).
    – On the other hand, russian visitors who only and exclusively visit the pages ‘wp-login’, authorpages (/author/admin/) and such, are not marked at all.


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  • Plugin Contributor helened


    Sorry about that. We would like to fix this problem, but we need to see what your Wassup records look like beforehand since this does not occur in our tests. Can you show us some examples?

    Please post a screenshot link of your Visitor details screen with the “expand all” option set or you can copy the “Show raw table” content from a few of these records and paste them here.


    Thread Starter anok


    I must admit everything looks ok now.
    I wrote my post quickly after i installed the new version.
    Probably i didn’t refresh enough my page or browser.
    Sorry for the notion of the none-problem.
    thank you for the plugin after all those years

    hack/malware attempt on legit pages


    Plugin Contributor helened



    I can’t duplicate the cyrillic lettering in your Wassup screenshots on my PC.
    Please click the “View Raw table” option for those records and paste the contents here so I can copy and paste them directly into my test data.

    To access the “View raw table” data, click the 1st icon (blue magnifying glass) in the set of 3 icons in the top-right corner of each Visitor detail record. Thanks.


    It’s a raw data from another site, but is similar.

    Plugin Author michelem


    Probably a cut/paste is better then a screenshot in this case. Also a table dump could help a lot Helene.

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