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WP Cerber Security 6.7


  • Antispam engine algorithms have been updated to improve AJAX requests handling and reduce false positives.
  • Improved compatibility with WooCommerce, Formidable Forms, Gravity Forms and AJAX file upload.
  • Regular expressions are now available for the Traffic Inspector Request whitelist and Antispam Query whitelist. To specify a REGEX pattern, enclose a whole line in two { } curly braces. You can specify as much patterns as you need. Everything that plugin finds inside braces are interpreted as a REGEX pattern.


  • Norwegian Bokmål and Dutch language translations have updated. Thanks to Jos Knippen and Eirik Vorland.
  • Any symbols other than letters, numbers, dashes and underscores are not permitted in Custom login URL anymore. Previously configured URLs will work fine.

Bags fixed

  • The Safe antispam mode doesn’t work correctly on some website configurations. That may lead to false positives and erroneous spam form submission detection.
  • A minor issue with undefined COOKIEPATH constant on some exotic WordPress installations (PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant COOKIEPATH).

Wonder what WP Cerber got in the previous version?

Review the release note for WP Cerber Security 6.5.

How to install WP Cerber on your WordPress

Enable automatic updates in the plugin settings or use this instruction on how to install WP Cerber if you do not have it on your website.

Have any questions?

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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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