Sucuri Security – Auditing, Malware Scanner and Security Hardening - Version 1.8.13

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This version adds support for the latest version of WordPress. Introduces new features and fixes some bugs reported by the WordPress community as well as bugs found by our automated testing system.

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LICENSE CHANGED
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This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into
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+ Version 2, June 1991
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+ Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
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Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
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of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
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The licenses for most software are designed to take away your
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freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public
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General Public License applies to most of the Free Software
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Foundation's software and to any other program whose authors commit to
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using it. (Some other Free Software Foundation software is covered by
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+ the GNU Lesser General Public License instead.) You can apply it to
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your programs, too.
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When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not
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The precise terms and conditions for copying, distribution and
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modification follow.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION
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0. This License applies to any program or other work which contains
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License. (Exception: if the Program itself is interactive but
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does not normally print such an announcement, your work based on
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the Program is not required to print an announcement.)
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These requirements apply to the modified work as a whole. If
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identifiable sections of that work are not derived from the Program,
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and can be reasonably considered independent and separate works in
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access to copy the source code from the same place counts as
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distribution of the source code, even though third parties are not
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compelled to copy the source along with the object code.
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4. You may not copy, modify, sublicense, or distribute the Program
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except as expressly provided under this License. Any attempt
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otherwise to copy, modify, sublicense or distribute the Program is
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This section is intended to make thoroughly clear what is believed to
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be a consequence of the rest of this License.
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certain countries either by patents or by copyrighted interfaces, the
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original copyright holder who places the Program under this License
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of preserving the free status of all derivatives of our free software and
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of promoting the sharing and reuse of software generally.
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FOR THE PROGRAM, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW. EXCEPT WHEN
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PROGRAMS), EVEN IF SUCH HOLDER OR OTHER PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
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POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
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If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest
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possible use to the public, the best way to achieve this is to make it
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MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
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GNU General Public License for more details.
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+ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
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+ with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
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Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
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This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into
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proprietary programs. If your program is a subroutine library, you may
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consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with the
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Public License instead of this License.
inc/tpl/base.html.tpl CHANGED
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<div class="sucuriscan-header sucuriscan-clearfix">
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<div class="sucuriscan-pull-left">
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<a href="https://sucuri.net/signup" target="_blank" title="Sucuri Security" class="sucuriscan-logo">
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<span class="sucuriscan-version">v%%SUCURI.PluginVersion%%</span>
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<a href="https://sucuri.net/signup" target="_blank" title="Sucuri Security" class="sucuriscan-logo">
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</a>
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<span class="sucuriscan-subtitle">WP Plugin</span>
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<span class="sucuriscan-version">v%%SUCURI.PluginVersion%%</span>
inc/tpl/firewall-auditlogs.snippet.tpl CHANGED
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- <p>Take in consideration that this is not a 100% bulletproof mechanism to block unwanted user authentications from malicious users. Depending on the configuration of your website, installed plugins, installed themes, and even the version of WordPress there might still be weak points that automated tools can take advantage of to brute force the user accounts registered in your website. <a target="_blank" href="https://sucuri.net/website-firewall/?wp=bu" rel="noopener">Install a firewall</a> to have full protection and mitigate this and a myriad of other attacks.</p>
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- <p>Blocking users per IP address is a feature provided by the <a href="https://sucuri.net/website-firewall/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Sucuri Firewall</a>; to avoid the duplication of code and reduce the amount of false positives this feature will never be implemented in this plugin.</p>
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<tr style="background-color:#4b4b4b;background-image:-moz-linear-gradient(top, #555555, #3b3b3b);background-image:-webkit-gradient(linear, 0 0, 0 100%, from(#555555), to(#3b3b3b));background-image:-webkit-linear-gradient(top, #555555, #3b3b3b);background-image:-o-linear-gradient(top, #555555, #3b3b3b);background-image:linear-gradient(to bottom, #555555, #3b3b3b);background-repeat:repeat-x">
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<td sytle="font-size:20px;font-weight:normal;color:#ffffff;padding:10px;border-right:1px solid #2f2f2f;border-left:1px solid #6f6f6f;-webkit-box-shadow:inset 0 1px 0 #888888;-moz-box-shadow:inset 0 1px 0 #888888;box-shadow:inset 0 1px 0 #888888;text-shadow:1px 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5)">
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<p>Your domain <code>%%SUCURI.CleanDomain%%</code> does not seems to have a DNS <code>A</code> record so it will be considered as <em>invalid</em> by the API interface when you request the generation of a new key. Adding <code>www</code> at the beginning of the domain name may fix this issue. If you do not understand what is this then send an email to our support team requesting the key.</p>
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<div class="sucuriscan-monospace">API Key: %%SUCURI.APIKey%%</div>
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+ <form action="%%SUCURI.URL.Settings%%#general" method="post">
20
<input type="hidden" name="sucuriscan_page_nonce" value="%%SUCURI.PageNonce%%" />
21
<button type="submit" name="sucuriscan_recover_key" class="button button-primary">Recover Via E-mail</button>
22
</form>
23
</div>
24
25
+ <p>If you do not have access to the administrator email, you can reinstall the plugin. The API key is generated using an administrator email and the domain of the website.</p>
26
</div>
27
28
<div class="sucuriscan-hstatus sucuriscan-hstatus-1 sucuriscan-%%SUCURI.APIKey.RemoveVisibility%%">
29
<div class="sucuriscan-monospace">API Key: %%SUCURI.APIKey%%</div>
30
+ <form action="%%SUCURI.URL.Settings%%#general" method="post">
31
<input type="hidden" name="sucuriscan_page_nonce" value="%%SUCURI.PageNonce%%" />
32
<button type="submit" name="sucuriscan_remove_api_key" class="button button-primary">Delete</button>
33
</form>
readme.txt CHANGED
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ Donate Link: https://sucuri.net/
4
Tags: malware, security, firewall, scan, spam, virus, sucuri, protection, WordPress Security, Login Security, Security Auditing, File Integrity, htaccess, phishing, backdoors, SQL Injection, RFI, LFI, XSS, CSRF, website firewall, Website Security, Performance Optimization, Zero Day, Software Vulnerability, Exploits, Hacks, Attackers, Bad Actors, Reverse Proxy, Two Factor Security, Two Factor Authentication, Security Logs, HeatBleed Vulnerability, Website Protection, Bash Vulnerability, RevSlider Vulnerability, MailPoet Vulnerability, Malware Prevention, Website Security, Website Firewall, Website AntiVirus, Security Response, Security Detection, Security Prevention
5
Requires at least: 3.6
6
Tested up to: 4.9.4
7
- Stable tag: 1.8.12
8
9
The Sucuri WordPress Security plugin is a security toolset for security integrity monitoring, malware detection and security hardening.
10
@@ -181,11 +181,21 @@ No, it is not required. The Website Firewall runs in the cloud without the need
181
182
== Upgrade Notice ==
183
184
- = 1.8.12 =
185
This version adds support for the latest version of WordPress. Introduces new features and fixes some bugs reported by the WordPress community as well as bugs found by our automated testing system.
186
187
== Changelog ==
188
189
= 1.8.12 =
190
* Fix invalid array when deselecting all security alerts
191
* Add language files to the list of ignored changes
4
Tags: malware, security, firewall, scan, spam, virus, sucuri, protection, WordPress Security, Login Security, Security Auditing, File Integrity, htaccess, phishing, backdoors, SQL Injection, RFI, LFI, XSS, CSRF, website firewall, Website Security, Performance Optimization, Zero Day, Software Vulnerability, Exploits, Hacks, Attackers, Bad Actors, Reverse Proxy, Two Factor Security, Two Factor Authentication, Security Logs, HeatBleed Vulnerability, Website Protection, Bash Vulnerability, RevSlider Vulnerability, MailPoet Vulnerability, Malware Prevention, Website Security, Website Firewall, Website AntiVirus, Security Response, Security Detection, Security Prevention
5
Requires at least: 3.6
6
Tested up to: 4.9.4
7
+ Stable tag: 1.8.13
8
9
The Sucuri WordPress Security plugin is a security toolset for security integrity monitoring, malware detection and security hardening.
10
181
182
== Upgrade Notice ==
183
184
+ = 1.8.13 =
185
This version adds support for the latest version of WordPress. Introduces new features and fixes some bugs reported by the WordPress community as well as bugs found by our automated testing system.
186
187
== Changelog ==
188
189
+ = 1.8.13 =
190
+ * Add new version of the GPL v2 license file
191
+ * Remove unused option to reduce number of failed logins
192
+ * Fix multiple typos in the code found after a diff parse
193
+ * Modify name of the base library file for consistency
194
+ * Modify wording of the API key panel in the settings page
195
+ * Add option to include the hostname in the alert subject
196
+ * Fix open_basedir restriction was not considered on scans
197
+ * Remove firewall API key deletion on re-authentication
198
+
199
= 1.8.12 =
200
* Fix invalid array when deselecting all security alerts
201
* Add language files to the list of ignored changes
src/api.lib.php CHANGED
@@ -297,7 +297,6 @@ class SucuriScanAPI extends SucuriScanOption
297
298
SucuriScanOption::setRevProxy('disable', true);
299
SucuriScanOption::setAddrHeader('REMOTE_ADDR', true);
300
- SucuriScanOption::deleteOption(':cloudproxy_apikey');
301
302
return SucuriScanInterface::error($msg);
303
}
297
298
SucuriScanOption::setRevProxy('disable', true);
299
SucuriScanOption::setAddrHeader('REMOTE_ADDR', true);
300
301
return SucuriScanInterface::error($msg);
302
}
src/{sucuriscan.lib.php → base.lib.php} RENAMED
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
1
<?php
2
3
/**
4
- * Code related to the sucuriscan.lib.php interface.
5
*
6
* PHP version 5
7
*
1
<?php
2
3
/**
4
+ * Code related to the base.lib.php interface.
5
*
6
* PHP version 5
7
*
src/cache.lib.php CHANGED
@@ -80,8 +80,9 @@ class SucuriScanCache extends SucuriScan
80
/**
81
* Initializes the cache library.
82
*
83
- * @param string $datastore Name of the storage file.
84
- * @param bool $auto_create Forces the creation of the storage file.
85
*/
86
public function __construct($datastore = '', $auto_create = true)
87
{
80
/**
81
* Initializes the cache library.
82
*
83
+ * @param string $datastore Name of the storage file.
84
+ * @param bool $auto_create Forces the creation of the storage file.
85
+ * @return void
86
*/
87
public function __construct($datastore = '', $auto_create = true)
88
{
src/fsscanner.lib.php CHANGED
@@ -97,12 +97,12 @@ class SucuriScanFSScanner extends SucuriScan
97
/**
98
* Returns a list of ignored directories.
99
*
100
- * The method returns an array with the following keys:
101
- *
102
- * - raw: Contains the raw data from the local cache.
103
- * - checksums: Contains the md5 of all the directories.
104
- * - directories: Contains a list of directories.
105
- * - ignored_at_list: Contains a list of timestamps.
106
*
107
* @return array List of ignored directories.
108
*/
97
/**
98
* Returns a list of ignored directories.
99
*
100
+ * <ul>
101
+ * <li><b>raw:</b> Contains the raw data from the local cache.</li>
102
+ * <li><b>checksums:</b> Contains the md5 of all the directories.</li>
103
+ * <li><b>directories:</b> Contains a list of directories.</li>
104
+ * <li><b>ignored_at_list:</b> Contains a list of timestamps.</li>
105
+ * </ul>
106
*
107
* @return array List of ignored directories.
108
*/
src/globals.php CHANGED
@@ -62,7 +62,6 @@ if (defined('SUCURISCAN')) {
62
* execute the bootstrap method of the plugin.
63
*/
64
add_action('init', 'SucuriScanInterface::initialize', 1);
65
- add_action('init', 'SucuriScanBlockedUsers::blockUserLogin', 1);
66
add_action('admin_enqueue_scripts', 'SucuriScanInterface::enqueueScripts', 1);
67
68
if (SucuriScan::runAdminInit()) {
62
* execute the bootstrap method of the plugin.
63
*/
64
add_action('init', 'SucuriScanInterface::initialize', 1);
65
add_action('admin_enqueue_scripts', 'SucuriScanInterface::enqueueScripts', 1);
66
67
if (SucuriScan::runAdminInit()) {
src/hook.lib.php CHANGED
@@ -28,8 +28,8 @@ if (!defined('SUCURISCAN_INIT') || SUCURISCAN_INIT !== true) {
28
* The term hooking covers a range of techniques used to alter or augment the
29
* behavior of an operating system, of applications, or of other software
30
* components by intercepting method calls or messages or events passed
31
- * between software components. Code that handles such intercepted function
32
- * methods, events or messages is called a "hook".
33
*
34
* Hooking is used for many purposes, including debugging and extending
35
* functionality. Examples might include intercepting keyboard or mouse event
28
* The term hooking covers a range of techniques used to alter or augment the
29
* behavior of an operating system, of applications, or of other software
30
* components by intercepting method calls or messages or events passed
31
+ * between software components. Code that handles such intercepted methods,
32
+ * events or messages is called a "hook".
33
*
34
* Hooking is used for many purposes, including debugging and extending
35
* functionality. Examples might include intercepting keyboard or mouse event
src/interface.lib.php CHANGED
@@ -64,68 +64,74 @@ class SucuriScanInterface
64
public static function enqueueScripts()
65
{
66
wp_register_style(
67
- 'sucuriscan1',
68
SUCURISCAN_URL . '/inc/css/styles.css',
69
array(/* empty */),
70
SucuriScan::fileVersion('inc/css/styles.css')
71
);
72
- wp_enqueue_style('sucuriscan1');
73
74
wp_register_script(
75
- 'sucuriscan1',
76
SUCURISCAN_URL . '/inc/js/scripts.js',
77
array(/* empty */),
78
SucuriScan::fileVersion('inc/js/scripts.js')
79
);
80
- wp_enqueue_script('sucuriscan1');
81
82
if (SucuriScanRequest::get('page', 'sucuriscan_firewall') !== false) {
83
wp_register_style(
84
- 'sucuriscan3',
85
SUCURISCAN_URL . '/inc/css/flags.min.css',
86
array(/* empty */),
87
SucuriScan::fileVersion('inc/css/flags.min.css')
88
);
89
- wp_enqueue_style('sucuriscan3');
90
}
91
}
92
93
/**
94
- * Remove the old Sucuri plugins considering that with the new version (after
95
- * 1.6.0) all the functionality of the others will be merged here, this will
96
- * remove duplicated functionality, duplicated bugs and/or duplicated
97
- * maintenance reports allowing us to focus in one unique project.
98
*
99
* @return void
100
*/
101
public static function handleOldPlugins()
102
{
103
- if (class_exists('SucuriScanFileInfo')) {
104
- $finfo = new SucuriScanFileInfo();
105
- $finfo->ignore_files = false;
106
- $finfo->ignore_directories = false;
107
- $finfo->skip_directories = false;
108
- $finfo->run_recursively = true;
109
-
110
- $plugins = array(
111
- 'c3VjdXJpLXdwLXBsdWdpbi9zdWN1cmkucGhw',
112
- 'c3VjdXJpLWNsb3VkcHJveHktd2FmL2Nsb3VkcHJveHkucGhw',
113
- 'ZGVzc2t5LXNlY3VyaXR5L2Rlc3NreS1zZWN1cml0eS5waHA=',
114
- );
115
-
116
- foreach ($plugins as $plugin) {
117
- $plugin = base64_decode($plugin);
118
- $plugin_directory = dirname(WP_PLUGIN_DIR . '/' . $plugin);
119
120
- if (file_exists($plugin_directory)) {
121
- if (is_plugin_active($plugin)) {
122
- // @codeCoverageIgnoreStart
123
- deactivate_plugins($plugin);
124
- // @codeCoverageIgnoreEnd
125
- }
126
127
- $finfo->removeDirectoryTree($plugin_directory);
128
}
129
}
130
}
131
}
@@ -258,7 +264,7 @@ class SucuriScanInterface
258
{
259
if (!function_exists('current_user_can') || !current_user_can('manage_options')) {
260
SucuriScan::throwException('Access denied; cannot manage options');
261
- wp_die('Access denied by Sucuri Inc.');
262
}
263
}
264
@@ -279,17 +285,7 @@ class SucuriScanInterface
279
280
if (!$nonce_value || !wp_verify_nonce($nonce_value, $nonce_name)) {
281
SucuriScan::throwException('Nonce is invalid');
282
- self::error(
283
- 'WordPress CSRF verification failed. The submitted form is'
284
- . ' missing an important unique code that prevents automat'
285
- . 'ed unwated access, go back and try again. If you did no'
286
- . 't submit a form, this error message could be an indicat'
287
- . 'ion of an incompatibility between this plugin and anoth'
288
- . 'er add-on; one of them is inserting data into the globa'
289
- . 'l POST variable when the HTTP request is coming via GET'
290
- . '. Disable them one by one (while reloading this page) t'
291
- . 'o find the culprit.'
292
- );
293
return false;
294
}
295
}
64
public static function enqueueScripts()
65
{
66
wp_register_style(
67
+ 'sucuriscan',
68
SUCURISCAN_URL . '/inc/css/styles.css',
69
array(/* empty */),
70
SucuriScan::fileVersion('inc/css/styles.css')
71
);
72
+ wp_enqueue_style('sucuriscan');
73
74
wp_register_script(
75
+ 'sucuriscan',
76
SUCURISCAN_URL . '/inc/js/scripts.js',
77
array(/* empty */),
78
SucuriScan::fileVersion('inc/js/scripts.js')
79
);
80
+ wp_enqueue_script('sucuriscan');
81
82
if (SucuriScanRequest::get('page', 'sucuriscan_firewall') !== false) {
83
wp_register_style(
84
+ 'sucuriscan2',
85
SUCURISCAN_URL . '/inc/css/flags.min.css',
86
array(/* empty */),
87
SucuriScan::fileVersion('inc/css/flags.min.css')
88
);
89
+ wp_enqueue_style('sucuriscan2');
90
}
91
}
92
93
/**
94
+ * Remove the old Sucuri plugins.
95
+ *
96
+ * Considering that in the new version (after 1.6.0) all the functionality
97
+ * of the others will be merged here, this will remove duplicated code,
98
+ * duplicated bugs and/or duplicated maintenance reports allowing us to
99
+ * focus in one unique project.
100
*
101
* @return void
102
*/
103
public static function handleOldPlugins()
104
{
105
+ // @codeCoverageIgnoreStart
106
+ if (!class_exists('SucuriScanFileInfo')) {
107
+ return;
108
+ }
109
+ // @codeCoverageIgnoreEnd
110
+
111
+ $finfo = new SucuriScanFileInfo();
112
+ $finfo->ignore_files = false;
113
+ $finfo->ignore_directories = false;
114
+ $finfo->skip_directories = false;
115
+ $finfo->run_recursively = true;
116
+
117
+ $plugins = array(
118
+ 'c3VjdXJpLXdwLXBsdWdpbi9zdWN1cmkucGhw',
119
+ 'c3VjdXJpLWNsb3VkcHJveHktd2FmL2Nsb3VkcHJveHkucGhw',
120
+ 'ZGVzc2t5LXNlY3VyaXR5L2Rlc3NreS1zZWN1cml0eS5waHA=',
121
+ );
122
123
+ foreach ($plugins as $plugin) {
124
+ $plugin = base64_decode($plugin);
125
+ $plugin_directory = dirname(WP_PLUGIN_DIR . '/' . $plugin);
126
127
+ if (file_exists($plugin_directory)) {
128
+ if (is_plugin_active($plugin)) {
129
+ // @codeCoverageIgnoreStart
130
+ deactivate_plugins($plugin);
131
+ // @codeCoverageIgnoreEnd
132
}
133
+
134
+ $finfo->removeDirectoryTree($plugin_directory);
135
}
136
}
137
}
264
{
265
if (!function_exists('current_user_can') || !current_user_can('manage_options')) {
266
SucuriScan::throwException('Access denied; cannot manage options');
267
+ wp_die('Access denied by ' . SUCURISCAN_PLUGIN_NAME);
268
}
269
}
270
285
286
if (!$nonce_value || !wp_verify_nonce($nonce_value, $nonce_name)) {
287
SucuriScan::throwException('Nonce is invalid');
288
+ self::error('WordPress CSRF verification failed. The submitted form is missing an important unique code that prevents the execution of automated malicious scanners. Go back and try again. If you did not submit a form, this error message could be an indication of an incompatibility between this plugin and another add-on; one of them is inserting data into the global POST variable when the HTTP request is coming via GET. Disable them one by one (while reloading this page) to find the culprit.');
289
return false;
290
}
291
}
src/lastlogins-blocked.php DELETED
@@ -1,232 +0,0 @@
1
- <?php
2
-
3
- /**
4
- * Code related to the lastlogins-blocked.php interface.
5
- *
6
- * PHP version 5
7
- *
8
- * @category Library
9
- * @package Sucuri
10
- * @subpackage SucuriScanner
11
- * @author Daniel Cid <dcid@sucuri.net>
12
- * @copyright 2010-2017 Sucuri Inc.
13
- * @license https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.txt GPL2
14
- * @link https://wordpress.org/plugins/sucuri-scanner
15
- */
16
-
17
- if (!defined('SUCURISCAN_INIT') || SUCURISCAN_INIT !== true) {
18
- if (!headers_sent()) {
19
- /* Report invalid access if possible. */
20
- header('HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden');
21
- }
22
- exit(1);
23
- }
24
-
25
- /**
26
- * Allows the website owner to block usernames.
27
- *
28
- * An admin can select one or more usernames from the list of failed login and
29
- * block them so the next time someone tries to log into the website with that
30
- * username the operation will be stopped before the request hits the database.
31
- *
32
- * Notice that this feature does not allows the website owner to block requests
33
- * coming from a specific IP address. This is because the feature already exists
34
- * in the Firewall service and it also provides a better filtering mechanism for
35
- * any other suspicious login attempt. We will encourage people to leverage the
36
- * power of the Firewall.
37
- *
38
- * @category Library
39
- * @package Sucuri
40
- * @subpackage SucuriScanner
41
- * @author Daniel Cid <dcid@sucuri.net>
42
- * @copyright 2010-2017 Sucuri Inc.
43
- * @license https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.txt GPL2
44
- * @link https://wordpress.org/plugins/sucuri-scanner
45
- */
46
- class SucuriScanBlockedUsers extends SucuriScanLastLogins
47
- {
48
- /**
49
- * Renders the page with a list of blocked usernames.
50
- *
51
- * @return string HTML code with a list of blocked usernames.
52
- */
53
- public static function page()
54
- {
55
- $output = array();
56
- $output['BlockedUsers.List'] = '';
57
- $output['BlockedUsers.NoItemsVisibility'] = 'visible';
58
-
59
- if (SucuriScanInterface::checkNonce()) {
60
- $unblockUsers = SucuriScanRequest::post(':unblock_user', '_array');
61
-
62
- if (is_array($unblockUsers) && !empty($unblockUsers)) {
63
- self::unblock($unblockUsers);
64
- SucuriScanInterface::info('Selected user accounts were unblocked');
65
- }
66
- }
67
-
68
- $cache = new SucuriScanCache('blockedusers', false);
69
- $blocked = $cache->getAll();
70
-
71
- if (is_array($blocked) && !empty($blocked)) {
72
- foreach ($blocked as $data) {
73
- $output['BlockedUsers.List'] .= SucuriScanTemplate::getSnippet(
74
- 'lastlogins-blockedusers',
75
- array(
76
- 'BlockedUsers.Username' => $data->username,
77
- 'BlockedUsers.BlockedAt' => self::datetime($data->blocked_at),
78
- 'BlockedUsers.FirstAttempt' => self::datetime($data->first_attempt),
79
- 'BlockedUsers.LastAttempt' => self::datetime($data->last_attempt),
80
- )
81
- );
82
- }
83
-
84
- $output['BlockedUsers.NoItemsVisibility'] = 'hidden';
85
- }
86
-
87
- return SucuriScanTemplate::getSection('lastlogins-blockedusers', $output);
88
- }
89
-
90
- /**
91
- * Blocks one or more usernames.
92
- *
93
- * @param array $users List of usernames.
94
- * @return void
95
- */
96
- public static function block($users = array())
97
- {
98
- if (is_array($users) && !empty($users)) {
99
- $logs = sucuriscan_get_all_failed_logins();
100
- $cache = new SucuriScanCache('blockedusers');
101
- $blocked = $cache->getAll();
102
-
103
- foreach ($users as $user) {
104
- if (array_key_exists($user, $blocked)) {
105
- continue;
106
- }
107
-
108
- $firstAttempt = self::firstAttempt($logs, $user);
109
- $lastAttempt = self::lastAttempt($logs, $user);
110
- $data = array(
111
- 'username' => $user,
112
- 'blocked_at' => time(),
113
- 'first_attempt' => $firstAttempt,
114
- 'last_attempt' => $lastAttempt,
115
- );
116
- $cache->add(md5($user), $data);
117
- }
118
- }
119
- }
120
-
121
- /**
122
- * Unblocks one or more usernames.
123
- *
124
- * @param array $users List of usernames.
125
- * @return void
126
- */
127
- public static function unblock($users = array())
128
- {
129
- if (is_array($users) && !empty($users)) {
130
- $cache = new SucuriScanCache('blockedusers');
131
- $blocked = $cache->getAll();
132
-
133
- foreach ($users as $user) {
134
- $cache_key = md5($user);
135
-
136
- if (array_key_exists($cache_key, $blocked)) {
137
- $cache->delete($cache_key);
138
- }
139
- }
140
- }
141
- }
142
-
143
- /**
144
- * Stops an user login attempt.
145
- *
146
- * This method will run right after the user submits the login form. We will
147
- * check to see if the username has been blocked by an admin and proceed
148
- * according to the expected behavior. Either we will stop the request right
149
- * here or let it propagate to the authentication checker.
150
- *
151
- * @return void
152
- */
153
- public static function blockUserLogin()
154
- {
155
- if (!class_exists('SucuriScanRequest') || !class_exists('SucuriScanCache')) {
156
- return;
157
- }
158
-
159
- $username = SucuriScanRequest::post('log');
160
- $password = SucuriScanRequest::post('pwd');
161
-
162
- if ($username === false || $password === false) {
163
- return;
164
- }
165
-
166
- $cache = new SucuriScanCache('blockedusers');
167
- $blocked = $cache->getAll();
168
- $cache_key = md5($username);
169
-
170
- if (is_array($blocked)
171
- && is_string($cache_key)
172
- && array_key_exists($cache_key, $blocked)
173
- ) {
174
- $blocked[$cache_key]->last_attempt = time();
175
- $cache->set($cache_key, $blocked[$cache_key]);
176
-
177
- if (!headers_sent()) {
178
- header('HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden');
179
- }
180
-
181
- exit(0);
182
- }
183
- }
184
-
185
- /**
186
- * Finds the first login attempt of a specific username.
187
- *
188
- * @param array $logs List of failed login attempts.
189
- * @param string $user Username to be inspected.
190
- * @return int Timestamp of the first login attempt.
191
- */
192
- private static function firstAttempt($logs, $user)
193
- {
194
- $attempts = array();
195
-
196
- foreach ($logs['entries'] as $login) {
197
- if ($login['user_login'] === $user) {
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- $attempts[] = $login['attempt_time'];
199
- }
200
- }
201
-
202
- if (empty($attempts)) {
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- return -1;
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- }
205
-
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- return min($attempts);
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- }
208
-
209
- /**
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- * Finds the last login attempt of a specific username.
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- *
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- * @param array $logs List of failed login attempts.
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- * @param string $user Username to be inspected.
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- * @return int Timestamp of the last login attempt.
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- */
216
- private static function lastAttempt($logs, $user)
217
- {
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- $attempts = array();
219
-
220
- foreach ($logs['entries'] as $login) {
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- if ($login['user_login'] === $user) {
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- $attempts[] = $login['attempt_time'];
223
- }
224
- }
225
-
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- if (empty($attempts)) {
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- return -1;
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- }
229
-
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- return max($attempts);
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- }
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- }
src/lastlogins-failed.php CHANGED
@@ -39,15 +39,6 @@ function sucuriscan_failed_logins_panel()
39
'FailedLogins.PaginationVisibility' => 'hidden',
40
);
41
42
- if (SucuriScanInterface::checkNonce()) {
43
- $blockUsers = SucuriScanRequest::post(':block_user', '_array');
44
-
45
- if (is_array($blockUsers) && !empty($blockUsers)) {
46
- SucuriScanBlockedUsers::block($blockUsers);
47
- SucuriScanInterface::info('Selected user accounts were blocked');
48
- }
49
- }
50
-
51
// Define variables for the pagination.
52
$page_number = SucuriScanTemplate::pageNumber();
53
$max_per_page = SUCURISCAN_MAX_PAGINATION_BUTTONS;
39
'FailedLogins.PaginationVisibility' => 'hidden',
40
);
41
42
// Define variables for the pagination.
43
$page_number = SucuriScanTemplate::pageNumber();
44
$max_per_page = SUCURISCAN_MAX_PAGINATION_BUTTONS;
src/lastlogins.php CHANGED
@@ -240,7 +240,7 @@ function sucuriscan_lastlogins_datastore_is_readable()
240
return false;
241
}
242
243
- if (!function_exists('sucuri_set_lastlogin')) {
244
/**
245
* Add a new user session to the list of last user logins.
246
*
@@ -398,7 +398,7 @@ function sucuriscan_get_logins($limit = 10, $offset = 0, $user_id = 0)
398
return $last_logins;
399
}
400
401
- if (!function_exists('sucuri_login_redirect')) {
402
/**
403
* Hook for the wp-login action to redirect the user to a specific URL after
404
* his successfully login to the administrator interface.
@@ -427,7 +427,7 @@ if (!function_exists('sucuri_login_redirect')) {
427
}
428
}
429
430
- if (!function_exists('sucuri_get_user_lastlogin')) {
431
/**
432
* Display the last user login at the top of the admin interface.
433
*
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return false;
241
}
242
243
+ if (!function_exists('sucuriscan_set_lastlogin')) {
244
/**
245
* Add a new user session to the list of last user logins.
246
*
398
return $last_logins;
399
}
400
401
+ if (!function_exists('sucuriscan_login_redirect')) {
402
/**
403
* Hook for the wp-login action to redirect the user to a specific URL after
404
* his successfully login to the administrator interface.
427
}
428
}
429
430
+ if (!function_exists('sucuriscan_get_user_lastlogin')) {
431
/**
432
* Display the last user login at the top of the admin interface.
433
*
src/mail.lib.php CHANGED
@@ -122,9 +122,16 @@ class SucuriScanMail extends SucuriScanOption
122
{
123
$subject = self::getOption(':email_subject');
124
$subject = strip_tags((string) $subject);
125
$subject = str_replace(':event', $event, $subject);
126
$subject = str_replace(':domain', self::getDomain(), $subject);
127
- $subject = str_replace(':remoteaddr', self::getRemoteAddr(), $subject);
128
129
/* include data from the user in session, if necessary */
130
if (strpos($subject, ':username') !== false
122
{
123
$subject = self::getOption(':email_subject');
124
$subject = strip_tags((string) $subject);
125
+ $ip = self::getRemoteAddr();
126
+
127
$subject = str_replace(':event', $event, $subject);
128
$subject = str_replace(':domain', self::getDomain(), $subject);
129
+ $subject = str_replace(':remoteaddr', $ip, $subject);
130
+
131
+ if (strpos($subject, ':hostname') !== false) {
132
+ /* expensive operation; reverse user ip address if requested */
133
+ $subject = str_replace(':hostname', gethostbyaddr($ip), $subject);
134
+ }
135
136
/* include data from the user in session, if necessary */
137
if (strpos($subject, ':username') !== false
src/option.lib.php CHANGED
@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ class SucuriScanOption extends SucuriScanRequest
114
'sucuriscan_use_wpmail' => 'enabled',
115
);
116
117
- return (array) apply_filters('sucuriscan_option_defaults', $defaults);
118
}
119
120
/**
@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ class SucuriScanOption extends SucuriScanRequest
178
*/
179
public static function getAllOptions()
180
{
181
- $options = wp_cache_get('alloptions', SUCURISCAN, WP_DEBUG);
182
183
if ($options && is_array($options)) {
184
return $options;
114
'sucuriscan_use_wpmail' => 'enabled',
115
);
116
117
+ return $defaults;
118
}
119
120
/**
178
*/
179
public static function getAllOptions()
180
{
181
+ $options = wp_cache_get('alloptions', SUCURISCAN);
182
183
if ($options && is_array($options)) {
184
return $options;
src/pagehandler.php CHANGED
@@ -101,7 +101,6 @@ function sucuriscan_lastlogins_page()
101
'LastLogins.Admins' => sucuriscan_lastlogins_admins(),
102
'LoggedInUsers' => sucuriscan_loggedin_users_panel(),
103
'FailedLogins' => sucuriscan_failed_logins_panel(),
104
- 'BlockedUsers' => SucuriScanBlockedUsers::page(),
105
);
106
107
echo SucuriScanTemplate::getTemplate('lastlogins', $params);
@@ -127,9 +126,9 @@ function sucuriscan_settings_page()
127
$params['Settings.General.DataStorage'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_datastorage($nonce);
128
$params['Settings.General.SelfHosting'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_selfhosting($nonce);
129
$params['Settings.General.ReverseProxy'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_reverseproxy($nonce);
130
- $params['Settings.General.IPDiscoverer'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_ipdiscoverer($nonce);
131
$params['Settings.General.ImportExport'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_importexport($nonce);
132
$params['Settings.General.Timezone'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_timezone($nonce);
133
134
/* settings - scanner */
135
$params['Settings.Scanner.Cronjobs'] = SucuriScanSettingsScanner::cronjobs($nonce);
@@ -159,12 +158,12 @@ function sucuriscan_settings_page()
159
160
/* settings - alerts */
161
$params['Settings.Alerts.Recipients'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_recipients($nonce);
162
- $params['Settings.Alerts.TrustedIPs'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_trustedips();
163
$params['Settings.Alerts.Subject'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_subject($nonce);
164
$params['Settings.Alerts.PerHour'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_perhour($nonce);
165
$params['Settings.Alerts.BruteForce'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_bruteforce($nonce);
166
$params['Settings.Alerts.Events'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_events($nonce);
167
$params['Settings.Alerts.IgnorePosts'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_ignore_posts();
168
169
/* settings - api service */
170
$params['Settings.APIService.Status'] = sucuriscan_settings_apiservice_status($nonce);
@@ -192,6 +191,8 @@ function sucuriscan_ajax()
192
SucuriScanAuditLogs::ajaxAuditLogs();
193
SucuriScanAuditLogs::ajaxAuditLogsSendLogs();
194
SucuriScanSiteCheck::ajaxMalwareScan();
195
SucuriScanFirewall::auditlogsAjax();
196
SucuriScanFirewall::ipAccessAjax();
197
SucuriScanFirewall::blacklistAjax();
@@ -199,8 +200,6 @@ function sucuriscan_ajax()
199
SucuriScanFirewall::getSettingsAjax();
200
SucuriScanFirewall::clearCacheAjax();
201
SucuriScanFirewall::clearAutoCacheAjax();
202
- SucuriScanIntegrity::ajaxIntegrity();
203
- SucuriScanIntegrity::ajaxIntegrityDiffUtility();
204
SucuriScanSettingsPosthack::availableUpdatesAjax();
205
SucuriScanSettingsPosthack::getPluginsAjax();
206
SucuriScanSettingsPosthack::resetPasswordAjax();
101
'LastLogins.Admins' => sucuriscan_lastlogins_admins(),
102
'LoggedInUsers' => sucuriscan_loggedin_users_panel(),
103
'FailedLogins' => sucuriscan_failed_logins_panel(),
104
);
105
106
echo SucuriScanTemplate::getTemplate('lastlogins', $params);
126
$params['Settings.General.DataStorage'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_datastorage($nonce);
127
$params['Settings.General.SelfHosting'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_selfhosting($nonce);
128
$params['Settings.General.ReverseProxy'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_reverseproxy($nonce);
129
$params['Settings.General.ImportExport'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_importexport($nonce);
130
$params['Settings.General.Timezone'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_timezone($nonce);
131
+ $params['Settings.General.IPDiscoverer'] = sucuriscan_settings_general_ipdiscoverer($nonce);
132
133
/* settings - scanner */
134
$params['Settings.Scanner.Cronjobs'] = SucuriScanSettingsScanner::cronjobs($nonce);
158
159
/* settings - alerts */
160
$params['Settings.Alerts.Recipients'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_recipients($nonce);
161
$params['Settings.Alerts.Subject'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_subject($nonce);
162
$params['Settings.Alerts.PerHour'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_perhour($nonce);
163
$params['Settings.Alerts.BruteForce'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_bruteforce($nonce);
164
$params['Settings.Alerts.Events'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_events($nonce);
165
$params['Settings.Alerts.IgnorePosts'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_ignore_posts();
166
+ $params['Settings.Alerts.TrustedIPs'] = sucuriscan_settings_alerts_trustedips();
167
168
/* settings - api service */
169
$params['Settings.APIService.Status'] = sucuriscan_settings_apiservice_status($nonce);
191
SucuriScanAuditLogs::ajaxAuditLogs();
192
SucuriScanAuditLogs::ajaxAuditLogsSendLogs();
193
SucuriScanSiteCheck::ajaxMalwareScan();
194
+ SucuriScanIntegrity::ajaxIntegrity();
195
+ SucuriScanIntegrity::ajaxIntegrityDiffUtility();
196
SucuriScanFirewall::auditlogsAjax();
197
SucuriScanFirewall::ipAccessAjax();
198
SucuriScanFirewall::blacklistAjax();
200
SucuriScanFirewall::getSettingsAjax();
201
SucuriScanFirewall::clearCacheAjax();
202
SucuriScanFirewall::clearAutoCacheAjax();
203
SucuriScanSettingsPosthack::availableUpdatesAjax();
204
SucuriScanSettingsPosthack::getPluginsAjax();
205
SucuriScanSettingsPosthack::resetPasswordAjax();
src/settings-alerts.php CHANGED
@@ -210,6 +210,7 @@ function sucuriscan_settings_alerts_subject($nonce)
210
'Sucuri Alert, :domain, :event, :username',
211
'Sucuri Alert, :domain, :event, :email',
212
'Sucuri Alert, :event, :remoteaddr',
213
'Sucuri Alert, :event',
214
);
215
@@ -396,7 +397,7 @@ function sucuriscan_settings_alerts_events($nonce)
396
$params['Alerts.NoAlertsVisibility'] = 'hidden';
397
398
$notify_options = array(
399
- 'sucuriscan_notify_plugin_change' => 'setting:' . 'Receive email alerts for changes in the settings of the Sucuri plugin',
400
'sucuriscan_prettify_mails' => 'setting:' . 'Receive email alerts in HTML <em>(there may be issues with some mail services)</em>',
401
'sucuriscan_use_wpmail' => 'setting:' . 'Use WordPress functions to send mails <em>(uncheck to use native PHP functions)</em>',
402
'sucuriscan_lastlogin_redirection' => 'setting:' . 'Allow redirection after login to report the last-login information',
210
'Sucuri Alert, :domain, :event, :username',
211
'Sucuri Alert, :domain, :event, :email',
212
'Sucuri Alert, :event, :remoteaddr',
213
+ 'Sucuri Alert, :event, :hostname',
214
'Sucuri Alert, :event',
215
);
216
397
$params['Alerts.NoAlertsVisibility'] = 'hidden';
398
399
$notify_options = array(
400
+ 'sucuriscan_notify_plugin_change' => 'setting:' . 'Receive email alerts for changes in the settings of the plugin',
401
'sucuriscan_prettify_mails' => 'setting:' . 'Receive email alerts in HTML <em>(there may be issues with some mail services)</em>',
402
'sucuriscan_use_wpmail' => 'setting:' . 'Use WordPress functions to send mails <em>(uncheck to use native PHP functions)</em>',
403
'sucuriscan_lastlogin_redirection' => 'setting:' . 'Allow redirection after login to report the last-login information',
src/settings-general.php CHANGED
@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ function sucuriscan_settings_general_datastorage($nonce)
158
'', /* <root> */
159
'auditlogs',
160
'auditqueue',
161
- 'blockedusers',
162
'failedlogins',
163
'hookdata',
164
'ignorescanning',
158
'', /* <root> */
159
'auditlogs',
160
'auditqueue',
161
+ 'blockedusers', /* TODO: deprecated on 1.8.12 */
162
'failedlogins',
163
'hookdata',
164
'ignorescanning',
src/settings-integrity.php CHANGED
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ if (!defined('SUCURISCAN_INIT') || SUCURISCAN_INIT !== true) {
28
* Generates the HTML code to display a list of options in the settings page to
29
* allow the website owner to configure the functionality of the WordPress core
30
* integrity scanner and the optional Unix diff utility. This also includes some
31
- * options to configure the website installation language and the false/positive
32
* cache file.
33
*
34
* @category Library
28
* Generates the HTML code to display a list of options in the settings page to
29
* allow the website owner to configure the functionality of the WordPress core
30
* integrity scanner and the optional Unix diff utility. This also includes some
31
+ * options to configure the website installation language and the false positive
32
* cache file.
33
*
34
* @category Library
src/template.lib.php CHANGED
@@ -267,7 +267,7 @@ class SucuriScanTemplate extends SucuriScanRequest
267
268
$output = ''; /* initialize response */
269
$_page = self::get('page', '_page');
270
- $params['SucuriURL'] = SUCURISCAN_URL;
271
$trailing = $_page ? 'admin.php?page=' . $_page : '';
272
$params['CurrentURL'] = SucuriScan::adminURL($trailing);
273
267
268
$output = ''; /* initialize response */
269
$_page = self::get('page', '_page');
270
+ $params['PluginURL'] = SUCURISCAN_URL;
271
$trailing = $_page ? 'admin.php?page=' . $_page : '';
272
$params['CurrentURL'] = SucuriScan::adminURL($trailing);
273
sucuri.php CHANGED
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
6
* Plugin URI: https://wordpress.sucuri.net/
7
* Author URI: https://sucuri.net/
8
* Author: Sucuri Inc.
9
- * Version: 1.8.12
10
*
11
* PHP version 5
12
*
@@ -83,7 +83,12 @@ define('SUCURISCAN', 'sucuriscan');
83
/**
84
* Current version of the plugin's code.
85
*/
86
- define('SUCURISCAN_VERSION', '1.8.12');
87
88
/**
89
* The name of the folder where the plugin's files will be located.
@@ -189,7 +194,7 @@ if (!array_key_exists('SERVER_NAME', $_SERVER)) {
189
}
190
191
/* Load all classes before anything else. */
192
- require_once 'src/sucuriscan.lib.php';
193
require_once 'src/request.lib.php';
194
require_once 'src/fileinfo.lib.php';
195
require_once 'src/cache.lib.php';
@@ -216,7 +221,6 @@ require_once 'src/pagehandler.php';
216
require_once 'src/lastlogins.php';
217
require_once 'src/lastlogins-loggedin.php';
218
require_once 'src/lastlogins-failed.php';
219
- require_once 'src/lastlogins-blocked.php';
220
221
/* Load handlers for main pages (settings). */
222
require_once 'src/settings.php';
6
* Plugin URI: https://wordpress.sucuri.net/
7
* Author URI: https://sucuri.net/
8
* Author: Sucuri Inc.
9
+ * Version: 1.8.13
10
*
11
* PHP version 5
12
*
83
/**
84
* Current version of the plugin's code.
85
*/
86
+ define('SUCURISCAN_VERSION', '1.8.13');
87
+
88
+ /**
89
+ * Defines the human readable name of the plugin.
90
+ */
91
+ define('SUCURISCAN_PLUGIN_NAME', 'Sucuri Security - Auditing, Malware Scanner and Hardening');
92
93
/**
94
* The name of the folder where the plugin's files will be located.
194
}
195
196
/* Load all classes before anything else. */
197
+ require_once 'src/base.lib.php';
198
require_once 'src/request.lib.php';
199
require_once 'src/fileinfo.lib.php';
200
require_once 'src/cache.lib.php';
221
require_once 'src/lastlogins.php';
222
require_once 'src/lastlogins-loggedin.php';
223
require_once 'src/lastlogins-failed.php';
224
225
/* Load handlers for main pages (settings). */
226
require_once 'src/settings.php';