Releases

WP Cerber Security 6.2

New features Protection against a denial of service (DoS) attack that exploits recently discovered vulnerability (CVE-2018-6389). It’s not a critical vulnerability and doesn’t allow a hacker to break into a victim website. It’s rather a flaw that allows anyone to put a WordPress powered website to its knees easily. Bad [...]



Development Versions

Development version 6.1.3

Improvements The Traffic Inspector algorithm detects malformed and double extensions like .php.jpg more precisely. Access Lists now accept IPv6 address in any form. You can enter a shortened IPv6 (short form) or a full IPv6. A full IPv6 will be shortened to the short IPv6 address representation. Bugs fixed If REST API is blocked, a [...]


Releases

WP Cerber Security 6.1

In case you missed: version 6.0 announcement. Improvements Traffic Inspector has got a Request White List setting. To exclude a particular request from inspection specify a request string without the website domain and query string (GET parameters). Read more. An Activity filter has been added to the Advanced search form on the Traffic [...]



Releases

WP Cerber Security 6.0

New features Hacker attacks on websites get stronger and smarter because fast-growing technologies create new opportunities for hackers and cybercriminals. We cannot ignore those facts and that’s the reason we’ve implemented a new feature: Traffic Inspector. It’s a specialized request inspection algorithm that acts as additional [...]



Releases

WP Cerber Security 5.9

Improvements Now you can add comments for new entries in the access lists Improved compatibility with exotic hosting environments: now the plugin handles URLs with the MultiViews server option enabled. If this option is enabled and the server receives a request for /something and this something doesn’t exist, the server tries to [...]




Releases

WP Cerber Security 5.8.6

New features Now you can use regular expressions (REGEX) in the list of prohibited usernames. Specify as many patterns as you need. To specify a REGEX pattern wrap a pattern in two forward slashes like /admin.*/. All comparisons are case-insensitive. Improvements and updates A new checkbox on the Notification tab lets you enable/disable [...]