C4WP 7.0.6: Free Edition
We are launching version 7.0.6 of CAPTCHA 4WP Free Edition. This latest release includes several improvements and fixes, for a smooth-running and stable CAPTCHA plugin for WordPress.
C4WP Premium version 7.0.6: You spoke, we listened
Since we acquired CAPTCHA 4WP (previously Advanced noCaptcha & invisible Captcha (v2 & v3)) we set about updating the code and mechanics of the plugin to bring it in line with WP White Security’s standards. In many ways. Version 7.0.0 was the first phase of this endeavour.
Still experiencing spam with CAPTCHA on WordPress? Here’s what to do
CAPTCHA is one of the best tools WordPress administrators and website owners have at their disposal in their fight against spam, such as spam comments and fake user registrations. Just like every other tool, sometimes it needs to be sharpened and serviced.
ANM 1.3.0: Better support for custom admin notices
We are happy to announce the release of Admin Notices Manager version 1.3.0. This latest version allows you to gain even more control over the admin notices than ever before, with a number of fixes and enhancements ensuring a smooth user experience throughout.
Configuring HTTP security headers on WordPress
Most modern browsers support a variety of HTTP security headers to improve the security of your WordPress website, better protect your visitors from classes of browser attacks such as clickjacking, cross-site scripting, and other common attacks, and even improve your site’s visitors’ privacy online.
The ultimate guide to the WordPress database
At its core, WordPress is a CMS (Content Management System). To manage content, it needs to be able to store it. WordPress does this through folders and files, and a database. We have previously covered the WordPress filesystem in a separate article; we will focus on the database this time around.
2021: A year in review
2021 was touted as the year in which everything returns back to normality. Alas, this was not to be, as the developments we were hoping for didn’t fully materialize. 2021, however, was a year of hope in which human ingenuity triumphed over tragedy.
Important CAPTCHA 4WP Announcement
When the original developer of the plugin formerly known as Advanced noCaptcha & invisible Captcha (v2 & v3) developed the plugin, he included integration with third-party plugins such as Contact Form 7 and WooCommerce as a premium feature. This could be clearly seen in the Premium Edition advert located on the right side of the plugin page.
Plugin reload: Advanced noCaptcha & invisible Captcha is now CAPTCHA 4WP
When we first came across the opportunity to acquire Advanced noCaptcha & invisible Captcha (v2 & v3) last year, we quickly understood this plugin’s potential to elevate the CAPTCHA game for WordPress administrators and website owners. While we felt that the plugin needed some TLC that we were more than happy to put in, we also understood that it had the basics right.
What is CAPTCHA?
In this article, we will be going on a CAPTCHA exploration journey, starting at its inception, all the way through the various iterations it went through to become what it is today. We will also be looking at how WordPress websites can leverage what CAPTCHA has to offer to increase WordPress security, reliability, and reputation.