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coreSecurity Pro 1.7

Version 1.7 of coreSecurity Pro is focused on the Gravity Forms and WPForms Antispam improvements, expanding the patterns dictionary, new tweaks, new IP ban methods, various improvements, and fixes.

Antispam features for Gravity Forms, and WPForms are both improved with the form-related settings (integrated directly with the forms editing for both plugins), allowing you to select which form fields you want to use for spam detection, which can be very useful for more complex forms where you have more than one email field or more than one type of other important fields.

A New Tweak has been added to disable WordPress Application Passwords. And, Ban IPs have one more method that can ban IPs used to carry mass login attempts, probing login with predefined or brute force usernames and passwords. Even if you use the Login Limit feature, these login probes can take days, and this new banning is another layer to catch such attempts. The dictionary is expanded with even more new detection patterns. There are many more improvements under the hood, and several bugs are fixed too.

More new features are in the works for the next few updates, and from now on, we will keep up with one release a month, with minor updates added in between if some very important pattern updates need to be available as soon as possible.

coreSecurity Pro 1.7

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.

To see the list of all the changes in this version, please check out the changelog. If you find any issues with the new version, please, report them in the support forums.

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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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