Know what happened – all important events are in the activity log!
WP Admin Audit allows you to monitor the security relevant activities on your site.
The event log allows you to find out who did what at which time.
who unpublished that blog post?
when the new media files were uploaded?
how that weird user account was created?
The event log in WP Admin Audit is your central hub to answer your questions.
Quickly find the info you’re looking for with state of the art filtering and search functionality. Follow an administrator’s journey via the activities recorded.
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Will you add event x?
Most probably yes!
It is early days for our plugin, and we know there are dozens of WP core events still missing. This applies even more to 3rd party plugins.
The good news is that we very actively developing the plugin and look for the feedback of the users to know which events first to add. You can share your feedback directly within the plugin, there is a link in the Sensor menu item.
Can the plugin track the pages my visitors are browsing?
No, and we do not have any intention to add that kind of functionality.
WP Admin Audit focuses on actions done by administrators and actions done by users which could be security relevant (e.g. user account creation, user role changes, …).
I just tested this plugin, and it is fantastic. The Search list in the logs works like a charm, besides events, I can search for logs for individual users as well, and also the way we can filter the log is great too !
The only thing that worries me for now, is that in the settings page, when I'm setting the "Keep events for:" is not "registering". After saving the my changes, every other change made on the Settings page, is being shown correctly, but the "keep events for:" field, becomes empty from the number of days I had set it to. The plugin however correctly logs the change, and right now I have it for 1 day. In a day or two perhaps, it will be clear if that part of the settings page actually works.
It would be nice if we could manually delete the logs, and also have the ability to export them...
Update: Looking at the database values, it seems that the correct value to keep the events for is set (1 day in my test case), so it's a matter of displaying the value in the settings page, and not actually setting it. I am also guessing that to manually delete all the data, is to set the setting to delete all the data when the plugin is uninstalled, and then uninstall and reinstall it again, or manually delete the records from the database, which for many users would be a dangerous task...
BTW: Tested on Xampp Localserver, Windows 10, PHP 7.4.x, Chrome Browser, WP 5.9, with many plugins active among them Gutenberg 12.5.0 RC1.