The Trunc Logging plugin gives you visibility to all the activity inside WordPress. Logins, logouts, failed logins, new posts, new
plugins, etc. Every major activity from WordPress is stored for analysis and forensics purposes.
- Failed logins
- Posts / pages published
- Posts / pages trashed
- Posts / pages removed
- Plugin installed
- Plugin activated
- Themes installed
- Themes activated
And much more.
Installation is pretty simple.
- Log into your WordPress administration panel,
- In the sidebar, choose “Plugins” and then “Add New”,
- Type “trunc” in the search box,
- Install the option with the “By Trunc” at the foot,
- Once activated, you will find a new icon in the sidebar with the Trunc logo. Go to the plugin’s dashboard.
Visit the Support Forum to ask questions, suggest new features, or report bugs.
More info here: Trunc WordPress.
What is Logging / syslog?
Every server and application generate logs of their internal activities. WordPress doesn’t do it by default and this plugin provides
Does your plugin conflict with other security plugins?
It should not conflict with any other plugin.
Will this plugin impact the performance of my website?
It should not. It runs on the backend and only on certain admin actions.
Do the logs get stored to my database?
They are stored to a log file – and optionally sent to a remote syslog server.
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Contributors & Developers
“Trunc Logging – Auditing syslog for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Fixing error on the password reset process + proper versions.
- First version.