Today (May 20, 2021), we are adding a new Enterprise subscription plan and adapting the current plans, to best accommodate users’ growing needs. These changes will only apply to new purchases, so if you’re on an existing active subscription plan, nothing will change for you. Introducing the new plugin plans The introduction of the new […]
The WordPress users sessions management feature in WP Activity Log is one of the most used features. Many use it to see who is logged in to their websites, and what they are doing in real time. Others, especially subscription and membership site owners use it to limit or block multiple users sessions. That’s why […]
Today’s announcement is very different from all the previous ones. We are renaming WP Security Audit Log to WP Activity Log. The plugin’s name change reflects the vision we have for the plugin, as explained in this post. A bit of history When we started WP White Security and released the first version of WP […]
How it all started The first version of the WP Activity Log plugin was released on the 24th May 2013. Like many other businesses it all started because of a need – when I used to do security audits of WordPress websites I noticed that the majority of admins took care of hardening (like installing […]
2017 was a great year for the WP Activity Log plugin. During this year we have reached and surpassed a few milestones we have set for ourselves, such as: 50,000 active installations (we have 60,000+) 500+ paying customers (we have nearly 1,000) Keep & improve the good user rating (plugin has a positive rating of […]
A new updated version of WP Activity Log is available for download. Update your plugin today to benefit of new features that support reverse proxies and web application firewalls setups.
The new version of WP Activity Log can now monitor high traffic and busy WordPress and WordPress multisite websites more efficiently thanks to the much improved database structure.
Press Release | WP Activity Log plugin is the first and only plugin to date that allow WordPress multisite super administrators to track WordPress users and other under the hood WordPress activity on their WordPress multisite network installation to identify suspicious behavior and avoid malicious hacker attacks.