An easy to use & comprehensive WordPress activity log plugin to log all changes on WordPress sites & multisite networks.
THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE & EASY TO USE WORDPRESS ACTIVITY LOG PLUGIN
Keep an activity log of everything that happens on your WordPress and WordPress multisite with the WP Security Audit Log plugin to:
WP Security Audit Log is the most comprehensive real time user activity and monitoring log plugin. It helps thousands of WordPress administrators and security professionals keep an eye on what is happening on their websites. It is also the most highly rated WordPress activity log plugin and have been featured on popular sites such as GoDaddy, ManageWP, Pagely, Shout Me Loud and WPKube.
Note: All WordPress logging functionality is FREE. Features such as reports, email notifications & search are available in the Premium Edition.
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As a comprehensive & complete WordPress activity log solution WP Security Audit Log does not just tell you that a post, a user profile, or an object was updated. It keeps a log of what was changed within the post, profile or object.
Below is a summary of the changes that the plugin can keep a record of:
Post, Page and Custom Post Type changes such as status, content changes, title, URL, date and custom field changes
Tags and Categories changes such as creating, modifying or deleting them, and adding or removing them from posts
Widgets and Menus changes such as creating, modifying or deleting them
User changes such as user created or registered, deleted or added to a site on multisite network
User profile changes such as password, email, display name and role changes
User activity such as login, logout, failed logins and terminating other sessions
WordPress core and settings changes such as installed updates, permalinks, default role, URL and other site-wide changes
WordPress multisite network changes such as adding, deleting or archiving sites, adding or removing users from sites etc (activity logs for multisite networks).
Plugins and Themes changes such as installing, activating, deactivating, uninstalling and updating them
WordPress database changes such as when a plugin adds or removes a table
Changes on WooCommerce Stores & Products, Yoast SEO, Advanced Custom Fields (ACF), MainWP and other popular WordPress plugins.
WordPress site file changes such as new files are added, or existing ones are modified or deleted.
For every event that the plugin keeps a log of it also reports the:
Refer to WordPress Activity Log Events for a complete list of all the changes the WP Security Audit Log can keep a record of.
See our premium features page for more detailed information.
Support for the WP Security Audit Log plugin on the WordPress forums is free.
Premium world-class support is available via email to all WP Security Audit Log Premium customers.
Note: paid customers support is always given priority over free support. Paid customers support is provided via one-to-one email and over the phone. Upgrade to Premium to benefit from priority support.
WP Security Audit Log plugin also has a number of features that make WordPress and WordPress multisite monitoring and auditing easier, such as:
Refer to the WordPress activity log plugin datasheet for a complete list of features.
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Please refer to our Support & Documentation pages for all the technical information and support documentation on the WP Security Audit Log plugin.
Please refer to the complete plugin changelog for more detailed information about what was new, improved and fixed in previous versions of the WP Security Audit Log plugin.
The Audit Log Viewer from where the WordPress administrator can see all the security events generated by WP Security Audit Log WordPress plugin.
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The WP Security Audit Log plugin settings from where WordPress administrator can configure generic plugin settings such as reverse proxy support, who can manage the plugin etc.
The WordPress audit trail settings from where you can configure automatic pruning of alerts, which timestamp should be used, how many 404 requests should be logged and more.
Configuring WordPress email alerts with the Email Notifications Add-On
Search and filters functionality to automatically search through the WordPress security audit log with the Search Extension
The Enable/Disable Alerts settings node from where Administrators can disable or enable WordPress security alerts.
The Audit Log Viewer of a Super Admin in a WordPress multisite network installation with the Site selection drop down menu.
If there are more than 15 sites in a multisite, an auto complete site search shows up instead of the drop down menu (see screenshots for reference)
WP Security Audit Log is integrated with the built-in revision system of WordPress, thus allowing you to see what content changes users make on your WordPress posts, pages and custom post types. For more information read Keep Record of All WordPress Content Changes with WP Security Audit Log Plugin
Mirror the WordPress activity log to an external solution such as Syslog or Papertrail to centralize logging, ensure logs are always available and cannot be tampered with in the unfortunate case of a hack attack.