Support » Plugin: Cerber Security, Anti-spam & Malware Scan » Whitelisted IP: Probing for vulnerable PHP code

  • I have 2 static IP’s that I work from and I’ve whitelisted both of them. In the activity area, I see that my IP’s are constantly denied access to /wp-admin/network/admin-ajax.php, for “Probing for vulnerable PHP code”.

    Is there a way to whitelist an IP for anything and everything?

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  • Plugin Author Gregory

    (@gioni)

    Go to the Traffic Inspector Settings page and enable “Use White IP Access List”. Read more: https://wpcerber.com/wordpress-probing-for-vulnerable-php-code/

    hmm.. I’m unable to save any settings on that page. No error, just submits and all settings are back the way they were.

    Plugin Author Gregory

    (@gioni)

    Check the server error log right away you clicked the save button, there is no other way.

    Plugin Author Gregory

    (@gioni)

    How’s it going?

    Can’t see anything in the logs. Other than trying a full fresh install, I’m not really sure what to do…

    cunnningstunts

    (@cunnningstunts)

    I removed all plugin files, deleted all tables from DB, performed a fresh install with the latest version. Still can’t save any settings in the plugin.

    The /quarantine/ folder and the cerber-debug.log file were not created in the wp-cerber-XXXXXXXXXXXX folder on fresh install, so I manually created them. The parent folder has proper write permissions.

    PHP folder for uploading files – this displays blank – Not Found.

    Everything else is writable.

    Enabling Standard Mode installs aaa-wp-cerber.php in the mu-plugins folder, but the setting itself doesn’t save, so then I get the warning message about it not matching.

    Not sure what else to do…

    cunnningstunts

    (@cunnningstunts)

    Where does Cerber store options info in the DB?

    I had issues with another plugin recently because it was looking for its options in the wrong table. I’m dealing with a Multisite setup here and the main site for the network is changed from the default…

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