CAPTCHA 4WP version 7.2.0 is out now
We are happy to announce the release of CAPTCHA 4WP version 7.2.0. This version adds some very useful features and a number of improvements and bug fixes that’ll surely make it a great upgrade for anyone running this plugin – and many more reasons to get this plugin for those who aren’t.
Announcing MelaPress Login Security 1.0.0
Today, we are super proud to announce the new and improved MelaPress Login Security (formerly WPassword). This release marks some important changes to our plugin lineup, as well as WP White Security, which we have been working on for the past few months.
C4WP 7.1.0: Support for Gravity Forms and WPForms
We are thrilled to announce the release of CAPTCHA 4WP version 7.1.0. This release features some highly-requested new features alongside a number of improvements to help administrators and website owners ensure the success of CAPTCHA deployments on WordPress websites when using CAPTCHA 4WP.
Announcing the release of WPassword 2.6.0
We are happy to announce the latest release of WPassword. This version includes several improvements and bug fixes for an even smoother user and administrative experience while maintaining focus on WordPress password security.
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.
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.
PPMWP 2.4.1: Weekly summary email & other improvements
We are happy to announce update 2.4.1 of WPassword. This update includes several new features and housekeeping updates designed to improve the plugin’s functionality, usability, and performance.
ANM 1.2.0: Better visibility of the notices & more new features
We are happy to announce the release of update 1.2.0 for Admin Notices Manager. This update sees the introduction of a number of new features, improvements to existing functionality, and a bug fix, designed to improve the management of admin notices.
WFCM 1.8.0: Background file integrity scanning and improved scalability
Today, we are happy to announce update 1.8.0 of the Website File Changes Monitor plugin for WordPress. Prior to this update, the plugin had some issues with the scan timing and resources required to run the scans. This update introduces a completely revamped version of the plugin allowing for better reliability, performance and scalability.
PPMWP 2.4.0: New feature to block users with failed login attempts & other updates
Today we are happy to announce WPassword update 2.4.0. This exciting release features the much anticipated new feature to block users which have failed login attempts as well as other updates and improvements.
WFCM 1.7.1: improved UX & other minor improvements
Today we are happy to announce the release of Website File Changes Monitor 1.7.1. This is a minor but must-install followup to update 1.7.0. In this update we have improved several aspects of the plugin’s user experience (UX) and also addressed a few issues reported in update 1.7.0.
ANM 1.1.0: choose which admin notices you see & which not
We can all agree that 2020 was a difficult year. That’s why we are excited to start 2021 with our very first update of the Admin Notices Manager plugin. In this update we added the ability to choose which type of admin notices to show as normal on the WordPress dashboard, in the plugin pop-up, or choose to hide them completely.
WFCM 1.7.0: new file integrity checks & detailed email notifications
2020 has been a very difficult year for everyone. So there is nothing better than ending the year on a high; before we leave for the holidays and enjoy some downtime, we are excited to announce the last release of this year; Website File Changes Monitor 1.7.0.
PPMWP 2.3.1: improved support for third party plugins
Today we are excited to announce update 2.3.1 of the WPassword. The highlight of this update is improved support for other third party plugins, such as login redirects, e-Commerce and membership type plugins. Even though this update is a maintenance release, it still packs a punch. Let’s dive right in to see what’s new and improved in this update.
PPMWP 2.3.0: Inactive users check, policies & performance updates
Today we are announcing WPassword update 2.3.0. This is an exciting release featuring the all new inactive WordPress users check. In it we also included a good number of other password policies improvements and performance updates.
WFCM 1.6.0: full integration with WP Activity Log
Today we are announcing two releases; Website File Changes Monitor 1.6 and WP Activity Log 4.1.2. They are being released together because we have integrated the plugins.
PPMWP 2.2.0: Out of the box support for custom login pages & other updates
Today we are releasing WPassword 2.2. The highlights of this update are the out of the box support for custom login pages and the plugin translations. We have also included a number of updates and fixed a number of issues in this update. These release notes highlight what is new, improved and fixed in this exciting update of our password security plugin for WordPress.
WFCM 1.5.0: Hourly file integrity scans & other plugin improvements
In this update of the Website File Changes Monitor plugin we focused on further improving the file scanning technology. The results speak for themselves; faster scans that requires less resources. Here, you can read in more details what is new and improved in update 1.5 of our file integrity monitor WordPress plugin.
PPMWP 2.1.0: the new dormant users policy & support for post login redirects
WPassword 2.1 is out today! In this plugin update we added a new policy to disable dormant users, support for post login redirect plugins, and several other improvements. This post highlights all that is new and improved in the latest version of WPassword.
WFCM 1.4.0: Improved file changes coverage for WordPress websites
These last few weeks we have been busy working on our file integrity monitor plugin for WordPress: Website File Changes Monitor. In this update we focused on improving the coverage of the plugin, so it can detect file changes which it didn’t before.
PPMWP 2.0.0: Multisite networks support & first time login password change
Today we are announcing WPassword 2.0! We are very excited about this release. Finally, WordPress multisite network administrators can also enforce strong password policies.
WFCM 1.3.0: UX improvements
Since this is only the third update of the Website File Changes Monitor plugin, we are still finding new ways how to improve the user experience (UX). Thankfully, we get a lot of valuable feedback from the plugin users on how we can make the plugin easier to use and better.
PPMWP 1.4.0: premium trials, advantageous pricing & plugin improvements
In September 2018 we released the first version of WPassword. The plugin has been a great success. It helps hundreds of administrators ensure their WordPress users use very strong passwords. Today we are announcing update 1.4 of the plugin. With this update we are allowing users to trial the plugin before they buy it, which […]
WFCM 1.2.0: New Scan Now button & improvements
In update 1.2 of the Website File Changes Monitor plugin we are building the foundations for many other new features. We have also included some performance improvements, so when you update click the Scan Now button to run an instant & quick file changes scan on your WordPress website
WFCM 1.1.0: Email notifications & more
Today we are releasing update 1.1 of the Website File Changes Monitor plugin. This update is based on the important feedback we got from our users after launching this plugin a few weeks ago. The main highlight of this update are the instant file changes notifications via email. However there is much more to this update, as this blog highlights.
PPMWP 1.2.0: Support for custom login pages
Today we announce WPassword update 1.2, the plugin that enables administrators to enforce strong WordPress passwords. The highlight of this update is a new hook that allows theme developers to include the password policies in custom pages. In this update we have also included a few minor improvements and enhancements.
Announcing File Changes Monitor plugin for WordPress
We have been toying with the idea of developing a WordPress file integrity scanning and monitoring plugin for quite some time. However, we did not want to develop just another file scanning plugin.
We released the first version of WPassword around three months ago. Since its released we received some valuable feedback and the plugin has been featured on some of the leading WordPress sites, such as Torque Magazine.
WordPress has come a long way in helping administrators run more secure sites, though weak passwords are still a big issue. That is why we still see so many successful WordPress brute force attacks. Though there is light at the end of the tunnel! We have developed a plugin to help WordPress site owners like you enforce strong passwords on users – WPassword.