Keep track of password usage and who has accessed your protected content
You've already password protected your private content. Now, it's likely that you'd like to know who has accessed your content with those passwords and whether there is any abuse of your passwords. Password Statistics extension helps you do just that.
First, the extension will list all password protected pages and posts that have been accessed by valid passwords. You can sort them alphabetically as well.
Protection Status: even though you have unprotected your pages, if they've been accessed by valid passwords, we will still display their password statistics here.
Total Password Usage: how many times the protected content has been accessed with the correct passwords. This number equals to all individual password usage.
You will see a list of used passwords under any particular posts.
- Type: how you create this password - either global or role password
- Total Usage: how many times the password has been used
- Unique IP addresses: while the password could be input correctly 5 times (total usage), they could be accessed from the same IP address (person). That's why the total usage could be different from the Unique IP addresses
- Status: status of the password - active, inactive (deactivated or expired) or deleted
You can then view details of who has been using each password.
- Username: if users are required to log in to your website, we will be able to get their username. Otherwise, it will display as N/A.
- IP Address: where they access your private content. While we can't provide a specific country where your users come from yet, you can manually look up the IP address and find out their country manually.
- Access Date: date and time when they enter the password
- Browser Info: which browser they use when visiting your password protected content
Suspicious Password Usage
The Unique IP Addresses, Total Usage, and Access Date give you deeper insights into whether there is any suspicious password usage. For example, if there is a significant difference between the Total Usage and Unique IP addresses, chances are your passwords have been shared across multiple users.
You can then deactivate or delete these suspicious passwords if necessary. Blocking suspicious IP addresses from visiting your private site is another solution as well.
As of now, we only track usage of valid passwords. We will be able to track both valid and invalid passwords and then block repeatedly failed attempts to access your protected content.
- Display all content accessed by valid passwords
- Track all active, inactive and deleted passwords
- List top users who have access your password protected content (WIP)
- List most commonly used and going-to-expire passwords (WIP)
- Track both valid and invalid password usage & block repeatedly failed access attempts (WIP)
|WordPress:||4.0 or higher|
|PPWP Pro:||1.0.10 or higher|
|PHP:||5.6 or higher|
|License:||As per your PPWP license|
Your extension license is tied to your Password Protect WordPress (PPWP) Pro license. So please use the same email when purchasing PPWP Gold and this extension.