Development Versions
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Development version 6.9

We’ve got good news to share! Cerber Security is known as a constantly evolving security solution and every new version of the plugin delivers better value. Now we’re tickled to announce a new development version with a new security tool: Cerber Security Scanner. You can download this stable version by using the link below. Alternatively, this version will be available on repository in a week as a version 7.

Cerber Security Scanner

Some people might say “Hey guys, you make this neat plugin bulky”. No worries, we keep security algorithms properly optimized and as fast as they can be. All upcoming and new features will not slow down your websites. It’s our commitment.

So, we’ve been developing the security scanner for a while and now it’s ready to work hard fly. You can find it under the Site Integrity admin menu. The main purpose of the scanner is to provide a handy security tool to monitor all files on a website, verify the integrity of WordPress files, plugins, themes and to detect and remove malware. We’re committed to developing a gimmick-free security solution, so you don’t find useless features in it like some plugins have.

To get more information, click the Help tab on the scanner admin page.

Other changes

A new setting has been added for Traffic Inspector: Use White IP Access List. When enabled it allows any requests from IP addresses in the White IP access list to bypass all Traffic Inspector security rules. Usually you don’t need to enable it. It’s disabled by default.

Bugs fixed

The limit to the number of new user registrations is calculated the way that allows one additional registration within a given period of time.

Use this link to download the development version of the plugin:

What’s the Cerber Security, anyway? It’s a complete security solution for WordPress which is evolved from a simple yet effective limit login attempts plugin.

Have any questions?

If you have a question regarding WordPress security or WP Cerber, leave them in the comments section below or get them answered on the community forum.

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I'm a software engineer and team lead at Cerber Tech. I started coding in 1993 on IBM System/370 and today software engineering at Cerber Tech is how I make my living.

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