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coreSecurity Pro 1.5

coreSecurity Pro, version 1.5, brings one new feature (Users Control), a new Tasks panel, new events, improvements to various other features, and fixes to the Banned IPs panel and table.

The new version brings the total number of features to 28, and we have a big increase in number of overall settings. The new Users Control feature allows us to log out any logged-in user from the WordPress Users panel (individual or in bulk). This feature takes advantage of the coreActivity 2.0 and the added user tracking. Not only that, this feature allows us to log all users at once, with the new Task added to the new Tasks panel (also added in version 1.5). Finally, Users Control allows you to control the number of active logged-in sessions for all users (as global or by user role).

There are many improvements included to the Bridge feature, the Banned IPs panel, tweaks to the firewall, many new entries in the dictionary for antispam and registration control, many fixes related to the Banned IPs panel, and a few issues with the Blackhole feature.

Plugin documentation has been updated with new articles. The next two plugin versions have been mapped out already, with 1.6 coming in March and 1.7 in April. Please let me know if you have more suggestions for plugin features and improvements. Leave a comment here or in the forum.

coreSecurity Pro 1.5

3 Inspector Tools

28 Security Features

11 Security Headers

Getting Started

Learn more about the plugin, and start from the Home Page to get the overview of the features, but make sure to go through 40+ articles and user guides in the Knowledge Base for in-depth information.

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coreSecurity Pro plugin for WordPress
Proactive protection and security hardening

Deploy a wide array of security measures to stop spam registrations, spam content, various types of malicious threats, limit and ban access to repeated offenders and more.

About the author

Milan Petrovic
Milan Petrovic

CEO and Lead developer of Dev4Press Web Development company, working with WordPress since 2008, first as a freelancer, later founding own development company. Author of more than 250 plugins and more than 20 themes.

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