WP Cerber Security 8.6.3
While doctors around the world are fighting against COVID-19, we continue developing WP Cerber so you can protect your WordPress more effectively. This update brings the following improvements to your website.
- New: A bulk load of access list’s entries. Use a new text field on the Tools admin page. Enter new access list entries, one item per line. To add optional entry comments, use the CSV format with a comma after an IP address, for instance, 192.168.11.*, My home network.
- Improvement: a new malware scanner setting allows you to permit the scanner to change permissions of folders and files when required to delete suspicious and malicious code. Normally it should be enabled.
- Bug fixed: The access list IPv4 wildcard *.*.*.* doesn’t work (has no effect). If you have such entry in your access list, no action is needed; the plugin fixes it by itself.
- Bug Fixed: If the anti-spam query whitelist contains more than one entry, they do not work as expected. Read more: Configuring exceptions for the anti-spam engine
- Minor bug fixed: Several settings fields are not properly escaped for displaying on the plugin settings pages
- Minor bug fixed: saving plugin’s settings causes PHP Warning: Use of undefined constant CRB_NX_SLAVE in the error log
Wonder what WP Cerber got in the previous version?
Review the release note for WP Cerber Security 8.6.
How to install WP Cerber on your WordPress
Enable automatic updates or install WP Cerber if you do not have it on your website.
Have any questions?
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