Tải xuống WP Cerber Security Pro – WordPress Antispam & Malware Scan Nulled Miễn phí. Đưa bảo mật trang web của bạn lên Cấp độ tiếp theo Cerber Security bảo vệ WordPress một cách mạnh mẽ trước các cuộc tấn công của tin tặc, thư rác và phần mềm độc hại. Nhanh chóng và đáng tin cậy theo thiết kế.
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Một tập hợp các thuật toán kiểm tra yêu cầu chuyên biệt sàng lọc các yêu cầu gửi đến đối với các mẫu mã độc hại và sự bất thường của lưu lượng truy cập. Công cụ phát hiện bot WP Cerber Security Pro xác định và giảm thiểu các cuộc tấn công tự động.
- Giảm thiểu các cuộc tấn công bạo lực và tiêm mã
- Hạn chế quyền truy cập với các quy tắc quốc gia của GEO
- Ngăn chặn cả REST API và liệt kê người dùng thông thường
- Hạn chế quyền truy cập vào REST API và XML-RPC
- Sử dụng danh sách toàn cầu các địa chỉ IP có hoạt động độc hại
Giải pháp chống thư rác phức tạp nhất cho WordPress với WP Cerber Security Pro
Phát hiện bot bằng cách sử dụng các thuật toán dựa trên nội dung và kinh nghiệm. Kiểm tra IP dựa trên cơ sở dữ liệu thời gian thực của các địa chỉ IP được biết đến là nơi phổ biến thư rác, các cuộc tấn công lừa đảo và các hình thức hoạt động độc hại khác.
- Chống thư rác cho tất cả các hình thức trên một trang web
- Bảo vệ WooCommerce biểu mẫu và trang thanh toán
- Bảo vệ đăng ký, mật khẩu bị mất và biểu mẫu đăng nhập
- Các quy tắc quốc gia hạn chế việc gửi biểu mẫu bằng một tập hợp các quy tắc GEO
- Tự động xóa các bình luận spam
Trình quét phần mềm độc hại & trình kiểm tra tính toàn vẹn cảnh báo bạn về bất kỳ thay đổi nào
WP Cerber Security Pro quét kỹ lưỡng mọi tệp và thư mục trên trang web của bạn để tìm phần mềm độc hại, trojan và vi rút. Tự động loại bỏ phần mềm độc hại và vi rút. Theo dõi các tệp mới, đã thay đổi và đáng ngờ.
- Tự động loại bỏ vi rút, trojan và phần mềm độc hại
- Phục hồi tệp WordPress tự động
- Quét theo lịch trình hàng giờ và hàng ngày
- Quét tất cả các tệp, chủ đề WordPress và plugins
- Quét tất cả các thư mục để tìm các tệp mới và đã sửa đổi
- Gửi thông báo và báo cáo qua email khi cần thiết
Changelog: WP Cerber Security Pro – WordPress Antispam &a Malware Scan
Download WP Cerber Security Pro v8.9.3 - WordPress Antispam & Malware Scan Nulled Free = v8.9.3 = 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? 8.9 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”. * Read more 8.8.6 New: 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. New: 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. 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”. 8.8.5 New: Quick user activity analytics (user insights) with filtering links on the Activity and Live Traffic log pages. Select a user to see how it works. New: Quick IP address activity and analytics (IP insights) with filtering links on the Activity and Live Traffic log pages. Select an IP address to see how it works. Improved: The selected user profile is displayed when filtering log entries by the user login or using the username search on the Activity log page. Improved: The IP address details and analytics are displayed when filtering log entries by the IP address or using the IP address search on the Activity log page. Improved: Implemented AJAX rendering of the plugin admin pages for faster loading and more convenient navigation through WP Cerber’s admin pages Improved: To load the Users admin page faster, the user table columns generated by WP Cerber are now loaded via AJAX. Improved: Highlighting the selected filtering link in the navigation bar on the Activity and Live Traffic log pages. Improved: You will not see false DB errors on the Diagnostic page anymore. Fixed bug: When scanning, you can come across the software error “Process has been aborted due to server error. Check the browser console for errors.” and “Too few arguments” error in the server error log. 8.8.3 New: Mimicking the default WordPress user authentication through the wp-login.php to detect slow brute-force attacks. New: Prevent guessing valid usernames and user emails by disabling WordPress hints in the login error message when attempting to log in with non-existing usernames and emails. New: Prevent guessing valid usernames and user emails by disabling WordPress hints in the password reset error message when attempting to reset passwords for non-existing accounts. New: Prevent username discovery via oEmbed and user XML sitemaps. New: User and malicious activity are displayed separately in two different areas on WP Cerber’s main dashboard page. New: More convenient navigation through the WP Cerber admin pages by having the admin menu at the top. New: A new quick link “Login issues” to view all login issues such as failed logins, denied attempts, attempts to reset passwords, and so forth. Improved: Reduced the number of false positives when the malware scanner inspecting directives with external IP addresses in .htaccess files. Improved: Better 2FA emails: the wording of the verification email has been updated and can be translated. The email subject includes the site name. Improved: The size of the database tables used by the integrity checker and malware scanner has been reduced. Improved: Implemented a strictly secure way of utilizing the unserialize() PHP function known for being used to deliver and run malicious code. Improved: Implemented a backup way of running WP Cerber maintenance tasks if WordPress scheduled tasks are not configured properly. Fixed bug: 2FA PINs are not displayed on the edit user admin pages in the WordPress dashboard. Fixed bug: The “API request authorization failed” event was logged as “Login failed”. 8.8 New: You get control over the WordPress application passwords and the ability to monitor related events in the log with email and mobile notifications. New: A custom comment URL feature improves the efficiency of spam protection of the WordPress comment form. Available in the professional version of WP Cerber. Improved: Handling user authentication and authorization by WP Cerber’s access control mechanism has been significantly improved and optimized to allow using external user authentication via third-part solutions and connectors. Improved: You can now specify a user message to be displayed if the configured limit to the number of concurrent user sessions has been reached and an attempt to log in is denied. Improved: Traffic log settings and features: “Log all REST API requests”, “Log all XML-RPC requests”, “Save response headers”, and “Save response cookies”. Improved: For better compatibility with different web server configurations, the anti-spam query whitelist now ignores trailing slashes if a list entry or a requested URI has no GET parameters. Improved: Processing of extended and invalid UTF-8 characters in the Traffic Inspector log has been improved. Improved: Displaying of invalid UTF-8 characters (invalid byte sequences) in the WP Cerber’s logs throughout the admin interface has been improved. Improved: WP Cerber’s dashboard code is updated and now fully jQuery 3 compatible. Fixed: A bug that prevented activating the Cerber.Hub master mode on PHP 8. Fixed: A fatal PHP error occurs while saving some WP Cerber settings when using Cerber.Hub on a remote website with “Standard mode” enabled. Fixed: A bug that generated warning messages in the web server error log: Use of undefined constant LOGGED_IN_COOKIE – assumed ‘LOGGED_IN_COOKIE’ Fixed: A bug that blocked theme preview if the anti-spam engine is enabled for all forms on the website. Read more 8.7 New: Limiting the number of allowed concurrent user sessions. Depending on settings, WP Cerber will either block new logins or terminate the oldest ones. New: Enforcing two-factor authentication (2FA) if the number of concurrent user sessions is greater than the specified threshold. Improved: The integrity checker and malware scanner now more effectively handle and log I/O errors that might occur during a scan. Improved: The Traffic Inspector firewall now processes files uploaded via nested, grouped, and obfuscated form fields in a more effective way. Improved: WP Cerber got necessary code improvements, and now it is fully compatible with PHP 8. Improved: The default list of allowed REST API namespaces now includes “wp-site-health”. Improved: Downloadable files generated by WP Cerber are generated with appropriate HTTP Content-Type headers now. Fixed: Misalignment of Cerber’s table footer labels on the “Users” admin page. Fixed: If the diagnostic log contains invalid Unicode (UTF-8) codes, it is not displayed on the Diagnostic log tab. Read more 8.6.8 New: A shortcode to display WP Cerber’s cookies. You can display a list of cookies set by WP Cerber on any page. New: Deferred rendering of the custom login page. This new feature can help you if you need to solve plugin compatibility issues. Improved: The style of the scanner email reports has been improved. Fixed: A bug with displaying the status icon of an IP address on the Activity and Live Traffic admin pages. Fixed: If the name of a commercial plugin contains a special HTML symbol like ampersand, it cannot be uploaded to verify the integrity of the plugin. Read more 8.6.7 New: In the professional version of WP Cerber, you can now permit user registrations for IP addresses in the White IP Access List only. New: All URLs in the logs are displayed in a shortened form without the website’s domain. There is no much value having see known things. New: A new label “IP Whitelisted” with green borders has been introduced. It is displayed in a log row on the Live Traffic if the IP address was in the White IP Access List, but the appropriate setting “Use White IP Access List” was not enabled at the moment when the event was logged. New: If you now hover the mouse over a red square icon in the Activity or Live Traffic log, you see the reason why the IP address in the row is currently locked out. New: If you now hover the mouse over a green or black square Access List icon in the Activity or Live Traffic log, you see the comment you’ve previously specified for that Access List entry. Improved: All non-REGEX entries in the list of prohibited usernames (logins) are case-insensitive now. This applies to standard Latin-based (ASCII) WordPress usernames only. Improved: The name of a group in the Group column on Cerber.Hub’s website list is a link that takes you to the list of websites in the group. Improved: The launch time of the daily maintenance tasks is now set to the night-time at 02:20. If you need them to get rescheduled, you can manually delete the “cerber_daily” cron task via a plugin or deactivate/activate WP Cerber. Fixed: Configured REST API restrictions have no effect if a WordPress is installed not in the root folder of a website (there is a path in the site URL). Affected versions: 8.6.1 and newer. Fixed: A bug in the logging subsystem: depending on server configuration, submitted form fields are not saved into the DB (if it is enabled in the logging settings). Fixed: A bug with Cerber’s admin CSS styles that were added in the previous version and hid the top pagination links on the “All posts” and “All posts” admin pages. Read more 8.6.6 New: On the user sessions page, you can now search sessions by a user name, email, and the IP address from which a user has logged in. New: You can specify locations (URL Paths) to exclude requests from logging. They can be either exact matches or regular expressions (REGEX). New: You can exclude requests from logging based on the value of the User-Agent (UA) header. New: A new, minimal logging mode. When it is set, only HTTP requests related to known activities are logged. Improved: The layout of the Live Traffic log has been improved: now all events that are logged during a particular request are shown as an event list sorted in reverse order. Improved: The user sessions page has been optimized for performance and compatibility and now works blazingly fast. Improved: If your website is behind a proxy, IP addresses of user sessions now are detected more precisely. Improved: When you configure the request whitelist in the Traffic Inspector settings, you can now specify rules with or without trailing slash. Improved: A new version of Cloudflare add-on for WP Cerber is available: the performance of the add-on has been optimized.
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