WP Cerber 4.0
Welcome a new version with extended Access Lists and reCAPTCHA for WooCommerce
- reCAPTCHA for WooCommerce forms. How to set up reCAPTCHA.
- IP Access Lists has got support for IP networks in three forms: ability to restrict access with IPv4 ranges, IPv4 CIDR notation and IPv4 subnets: A,B,C has been added. Read more: Access Lists for WordPress.
- Cerber can automatically detect an IP network of an intruder and suggests you block entire network right from the Activity screen.
- A small dashboard that will be improved in the next release.
- Integration with Cerber Lab.
Improvements and changes
- After the saving reCAPTCHA settings the plugin check availability of the Google API.
- The detection of the abuse email for an IP address by using WHOIS data has been improved.
- Cerber is getting smarter: If a user has successfully logged in to a website once, Cerber will not block an IP of the user if the user has tried to get access to prohibited WordPress PHP scripts (wp-login.php, wp-signup.php, wp-register.php).
- The WP Cerber admin menu is moved from Settings to the main admin menu.
- To make Cerber more compatible with other plugins, the order of the init hook on the Custom login page (Custom login URL) has been changed.
- Some languages files (translations) has been updated.
- A large amount of code has been rewritten to improve performance and stability.
- Cerber has got its own Cerber’s Facebook page, Twitter account and Cerber’s page on Google +.
Fixed bugs and issues
- If a hacker or a bot uses login from the list of prohibited usernames or non-existent username, Citadel mode is unable to be automatically activated.
- reCAPTCHA for an ordinary WordPress login form is incompatible with a WooCommerce login form.
- In some cases the plugin log first digits of an IP address as an ID of existing user.
Thanks for translators!
- Deutsche, thanks to Daniel
- Portuguese, thanks to Felipe Turcheti
- Dutch, thanks to Bernardo
- Український, thanks to Nadia
- Русский, thanks to Yui
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