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= 7.10.6 - October 30, 2023 =

  • Fix: Addressed an issue with multisite installations when the wp_options tables had different encodings/collations

7.10.7 – NOVEMBER 6, 2023

Fix: Compatibility fix for WordPress 6.4 on the login page styling

7.11.0 – NOVEMBER 28, 2023

Improvement: Added new functionality for trusted proxy presets to support proxies such as Amazon CloudFront, Ezoic, and Quic.cloud
Improvement: WAF rule and malware signature updates are now signed with SHA-256 as well for hosts that no longer build SHA1 support
Improvement: Updated the bundled trusted CA certificates
Change: The WAF will no longer attempt to fetch rule or blocklist updates when run via WP-CLI

More detail

Fix: Removed uses of SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS, which is deprecated as of MySQL 8.0.17
Fix: Fixed an issue where final scan summary counts in some instances were not sent to Central
Fix: Fixed a deprecation notice for get_class in PHP 8.3.0
Fix: Corrected an output error in the connectivity section of Diagnostics in text mode

7.11.2 – FEBRUARY 14, 2024

Improvement: Enhanced the vulnerability scan to check and alert for WordPress core vulnerabilities and to adjust the severity of the scan result based on findings or available updates
Improvement: Updated the bundled GeoIP database
Improvement: Increased compatibility of brute force protection with plugins that override the normal login flow and omit traditional hooks
Change: Adjusted the behavior of automatic quick scans to schedule themselves further away from full scans
Fix: Added detection for a site being linked to a non-matching Wordfence Central record (e.g., when cloning the database to a staging site)
Fix: Streamlined the license and terms of use installation flow to avoid unnecessary prompting
Fix: Fixed an issue where user profiles with a selected locale different from the site itself could end up loading the site’s locale instead

7.11.3 – FEBRUARY 15, 2024

Fix: Fixed an issue with sites containing invalid Wordfence Central site data where they could throw an error when viewing Wordfence pages

7.11.4 – March 11, 2024

Change: CAPTCHA verification when enabled now additionally applies to 2FA logins (may send an email verification on low scores) and no longer reveals whether a user exists for the submitted account credentials (credit: Raxis)
Fix: Addressed a potential PHP 8 notice in the human/bot detection AJAX call
Fix: Addressed a potential PHP 8 notice when requesting a lockout unlock verification email
Fix: Fixed the emailed diagnostics view not showing the missing table information when applicable
Fix: Improved quick scan logic to base timing on regular scans so they’re more evenly distributed

7.11.5 — April 3, 2024

Fix: Revised the behavior of the reCAPTCHA verification to use the documented expiration period of the token and response to avoid sending verification requests too frequently, which could artificially lower scores in some circumstances
Fix: Addressed PHP 8 deprecation notices in the file differ used by file changed scan results
Fix: Reduced the frequency of Wordfence Central status update callbacks in sections of the scan that occur quickly in sequence