iThemes Security 4.4.3

iThemes Security was updated to version 4.4.3, from version 4.3.11. Changelog:

4.4.3

  • Fixed: Fixed an error that could occur on multisite due to a missing “core” object

4.4.2

  • New Feature: Add IPCheck Brute Force API integration
  • New Feature: Add ability to receive a daily digest email instead of individual emails per event.
  • Enhancement: Added “Go Pro” menu item to admin menus.
  • Enhancement: Added button to release IP address from temporary whitelist.
  • Enhancement: Reordered sidebar items to make it easier for the user to get to the information they need from iThemes
  • Fixed: introduction screen should now display completely on computers with low-resolution screens.
  • Fixed: multisite bug that still showed BackupBuddy (if present) even though BackupBuddy is not multisite compatible.
  • Fixed: Scrolling table of contents should not cover side-bar items on pro.
  • Fixed: When changing admin user login form will no show the correct path when WordPress is not installed in the same directory as the website address.
  • Fixed: The plugins_loaded hook which fires on logout will now fire later to improve compatibility with iThemes Exchange
  • Fixed: multisite bug that still showed BackupBuddy (if present) even though BackupBuddy is not multisite compatible.
  • Fixed: Added an extra flag in an attempt to reduce duplicate file-change detection executions.
  • Fixed: Added missing index.php files to directories that were missing them to ensure no information could be attained if directory is turned on.
  • Fixed: Make sure hide backend rewrite rules are consistent with the correct location of the WordPress login page when WordPress is not installed in the main website folder.
  • Fixed: File locking will try to create the iThemes Directory if it isn’t already present rather than just saying a lock could not be attained.
  • Fixed: Fixed an error whereas an empty filter could display an error when building the log tables.