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Cerber Security Pro 8.9.6 – WordPress Security Plugin

FREE Download Cerber Security Pro Plugin Nulled vigorously defends WordPress against hacker attacks, spam, and malware. Blazingly fast and reliable by design. Cerber Security Plugin set of specialized request inspection algorithms screen incoming requests for malicious code patterns and traffic anomalies. Bot detection engine identifies and mitigates automated attacks. Automatically removes malware and viruses. Monitors new, changed, and suspicious files.

Cerber Security Pro Plugin Changelog

* New: A new [alert creation dialog with a set of new alert settings](https://wpcerber.com/wordpress-notifications-made-easy/) enables you to create alerts with new limits: an expiration time, the maximum number of alerts allowed to send, and optional rate-limiting. The alert conditions can include the URL of a request now.
* New: Deleting of [WordPress application passwords](https://wpcerber.com/wordpress-application-passwords-how-to/) is logged now.
* New: Ability to monitor [anti-spam](https://wpcerber.com/antispam-for-wordpress-contact-forms/), reCAPTCHA, and several other setting-specific events using links on the settings pages.
* Improved: Meaningful and actionable messages on the log screens if no activity has been found in the logs using a given search filter.
* Improved: If a WP Cerber feature requires a newer version of WordPress, such a feature will not be shown in the plugin admin interface anymore.
* Fixed: A fatal PHP error occurs while logging in on a version of WordPress older than 5.5 and a user has more than one active session.
* Fixed: A fatal PHP error occurs while using the reset password form on a version of WordPress older than 5.4.
* Fixed: While opening the Tools admin page, a PHP error might occur on some web servers.
* Fixed: While rendering the Activity tab, depending on the activities logged, the PHP warning can be logged in the server error log.
* Fixed: When [managing WP Cerber on a remote website via Cerber.Hub](https://wpcerber.com/manage-multiple-websites/), the admin page footer incorrectly displays the version of WP Cerber installed on the main website.
* Fixed: If the Site Title of a website contains some special characters like apostrophes, the subject of [email alerts and notifications](https://wpcerber.com/wordpress-notifications-made-easy/) contains such characters in encoded form.

* New: A new setting for [WP Cerber's anti-spam engine](https://wpcerber.com/antispam-for-wordpress-contact-forms/): "Disable bot detection engine for IP addresses in the White IP Access List".
* New: A new setting for [the reCAPTCHA module](https://wpcerber.com/how-to-setup-recaptcha/): "Disable reCAPTCHA for IP addresses in the White IP Access List".
* Improved: Logging all user session terminations including those that occurred when an admin manually terminate user sessions or [block users](https://wpcerber.com/how-to-block-wordpress-user/).
* Improved: If a user session has been terminated by a website admin, the admin’s name is logged and shown in the Activity log.
* Improved: Logging all user password changes including those made on the edit user admin page, and the WooCommerce edit account page.
* Improved: Logging [application passwords](https://wpcerber.com/wordpress-application-passwords-how-to/) changes.
* Improved: New status labels in the Activity log: "reCAPTCHA verified" is shown when a user solves reCAPTCHA successfully
* Improved: New status labels in the Activity log: "Logged out everywhere" is shown when a user has completely logged out on all devices and of all locations.
* Improved: Failed reCAPTCHA verifications are logged with form submission events they are linked to.
* Improved: A new event is logged: "Password reset request denied". With possible statuses "reCAPTCHA verification failed", "User blocked by administrator", "Username is prohibited".
* Improved: Handling reset of user passwords is improved to support changes in the WordPress core.
* Fixed: A cookie-related bug that causes a fatal software error if a user has been deleted or their password has been changed in the WordPress dashboard by the website administrator while the user is being logged in.
* Fixed: A bug with the WordPress lost password (reset password) form that prevents displaying error messages to a user.
* Fixed: When the [limit on the number of allowed concurrent user sessions](https://wpcerber.com/limiting-concurrent-user-sessions-in-wordpress/) is set to one, an attempt to log in with the user name and incorrect password terminates the existing session of the user.

Improved: The scanner: now checksums generated using manually uploaded ZIP archives have priority over the remote ones.
Improved: You can configure exceptions for WP Cerber's anti-spam by disabling its code on selected WordPress pages.
Improved: New diagnostic messages were added for better troubleshooting issues with ZIP archives uploaded in the scanner.
Fixed: A vulnerability that affects WP Cerber's two-factor authentication (2FA) mechanism.
Fixed: A bug that prevents uploading ZIP archives on the scan results page if the filename contains multiple dots.
Fixed: Fixed admin message "Error: Sorry, that username is not allowed." which is wrongly displayed on the user edit page while updating users with prohibited usernames.
Fixed: Not detecting malformed REST API requests with a question mark in this format: /wp-json?

Improved: An updated scan statistic and filtering widget. Dynamically displays the most important issues with sorting.
Improved: The percentage of completion of a scanner step is shown now.
Improved: Sanitizing of malformed filenames in the scanner reports has been improved to avoid possible issues with the layout of the scan results page if malware creates malformed filenames to hinder their detection.
Improved: Handling of WordPress locales and versions on websites with multilanguage plugins has been improved.
Improved: A missing wp-config-sample.php file is not reported as an issue in the results of the scan anymore.
Improved: Handling REGEX patterns for the setting fields "Restrict email addresses" and "Prohibited usernames". Now they support REGEX quantifiers.
Improved: You can specify the "User-Agent" string for requests from the main (master) Cerber.Hub website by defining the PHP constant CERBER_HUB_UA in the wp-config.php file.
Improved: Diagnostic logging for network requests to the WP Cerber cloud. To enable logging, define the PHP constant CERBER_CLOUD_DEBUG in the wp-config.php file. Logging covers admin operations on the WP Cerber admin pages only.
Improved: Text on the forbidden page is translatable now.
Fixed bug: Some long filenames in the scan results break the layout of the scan results page, making it hard to navigate and use.
Fixed bug: Unwanted file extensions are not detected if a file is identified as malicious.
Fixed bug: If a file is missing, the full filename is not shown in the scan results when clicking the “Show full filenames” icon.
Fixed bug: "PHP Deprecated: Required parameter $function follows optional parameter $pattern in /plugins/wp-cerber/cerber-scanner.php".
Fixed bug: "PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function crb_admin_hash_token() in cerber-load.php:1521".
Fixed bug: "PHP Notice: Undefined property: WP_Error::$ID in cerber-load.php on line 1131".
Breaking changes on the plugin admin pages: all versions of Internet Explorer browser and Safari browser version 13.0 and older are not supported anymore, meaning some elements might not work as expected.

Cerber Security Pro Plugin Features

  • Mitigates brute force and code injection attacks
  • Restricts access with GEO country rules
  • Automated integrity checks
  • Prevents both REST API and ordinary user enumerations
  • Restricts access to REST API and XML-RPC
  • Uses a global list of IP addresses known for malicious activity
  • Anti-spam for all forms on a website
  • Automatic WordPress file recovery
  • Scheduled scans on an hourly and daily basis
  • Scans all files, WordPress themes and plugins
  • Cerber Security Cloud
    Our cloud servers detect malicious IP addresses around the world in real time and block them before they can harm your website or inject spam.
  • Monitors user activity
    The plugin logs user activity and HTTP requests for authorized and non-authorized users. Live traffic viewer shows all HTTP requests with all fields.
  • Protects WooCommerce forms and check-out page
  • Protects registration, lost password and login forms
  • Country rules restrict form submissions by a set of GEO rules
  • Automatically cleans up spam comments
  • Automatic virus, trojan, and malware removal
  • Scans all folders for new and modified files
  • Emails alerts and reports when it’s needed
  • Layered security
    Traffic Inspector provides additional security layer that screens all suspicious requests and blocks them before they can harm a website.
  • Rich GEO access rules
    Restricts access and form submissions with GEO country rules. Set your own rules on what countries can submit forms, post comments, login, register, use WordPress REST API or XML-RPC.
  • Keeps you informed
    Be alerted to selected events with emails and security scanner reports. Whatever happens, the plugin keeps you in the loop.
  • Cybercriminals are tracked
    A real-time database of IP addresses known to disseminate spam, attempts to break-into websites, phishing attacks and other forms of malicious activity.

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