This update again improves on the auto-update response handler. Adding better handling for if you’re banned for some reason. Also a few security oriented measures have been implemented for zip uploads. And some other handy tweaks and fixes for general use.Read more »
A quick update making uploading zipfiles a bit more secure. Uploading a zip file now removes any file that’s not expected or commonly part of an advert from the unzipped files.Read more »
This update includes an important security fix for AdRotate. Update as soon as possible.Read more »
A lot of small changes and fixes are included in this release of AdRotate Professional. A number of improvements related to sessions have been included. The datepickers got another slap and should now actually work for exports.Read more »
And a vulnerability has been found and fixed.
An important update for managing assets. The Media Manager is finally able to upload and unpack zip files.
This means that, if you want to, you can now simply upload the zip file from your advert and have AdRotate Professional set up the files.
Piwik support got replaced with proper Matomo Analytics support. And a number of quirks and bugs have been fixed.Read more »
A maintenance update fixing a few quirks on the dashboard. And for your convenience a few more error checks for adverts have been added. If something goes wrong with creating or updating adverts. AdRotate Pro can now tell you about it even better.Read more »
Someone noticed a missing semi-colon in the CSS output, causing some weird behaviour on some themes. This has been fixed as well.
A small update with some edits and tweaks for the dashboard and a fix for a potential security flaw. This has been fixed to minimise any risk. So please update as soon as possible.Read more »
Updating is easy and effortless, it only takes a few minutes.
This is an important update for security, but also adds the long overdue support for ads.txt. A number of smaller bugfixes for Geo Targeting, Multisite networks and some improvements to the dashboard are included as well. Update as soon as possible to get these fixes and ads.txt support.Read more »
A couple of days ago a potential vulnerability was discovered for users with privileged access to your dashboard. Emphasis on potential.
No-Bot Registration is a easy and convenient way to get stop the creation of fake accounts and prevent automated registrations on your WordPress website. No need to create complex filters or rule sets. Simply set up a human friendly security question and maintain a block list of domains via the easy to use dashboard and let No-Bot Registration handle the rest.
If you’re tired of fake accounts, spam accounts and other useless crap registering on your WordPress website you should get No-Bot Registration and protect your sign up forms with a simple human friendly security question.Read more »
Now with added security to trap bots and prevent them from getting through.
Https for your domain makes sense these days for a bunch of reasons; You offer an encrypted link connection to your visitors which provides security. It’s not very expensive either. You can get affordable certificates via NameCheap (A popular hosting provider).
I got mine via MediaTemple because I’m rather lazy and their dashboard has this fancy thing to install a certificate with just one click. But you can get them cheap via NameCheap from ~$10 per year or so.Read more »