Plugin Overview – version 1.5.4
The Ultimate BAN Users WordPress Plugin is the last plugin you’ll ever need for managing access to your WordPress site and moderating/removing users’ content. Ban existing users indefinitely or by date / time, deny registrations based on banned ips/emails/countries. Catpure IP/Geodata/Browser/Device data and much, much more….
Recent Reviews based on Ultimate & Lite Versions
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“One of the finest in paid user access manager WordPress plugins”
“Does exactly what I need, and customer support is very responsive!”
“The best plugin I’ve ever used for banning accounts!”
“At last I found plugin that truly bans..”
“OUTSTANDING plugin / support / developer”
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Summary of Ultimate BAN Users Features:
Ban existing WordPress users from logging in
Option to ban user’s last known IP address whilst banning login account
View insightful data about users’ devices, browsers, and activity
Identify potentially shared accounts (accessed from multiple sources)
Ban users indefinitely, by day, week, month or until a specified date / time
Deny visitors from registering based on email/ip address/country code
Quickly turn off WordPress features such as commenting, or registering accounts
Dashboard with graphs showing related stats
Audit log showing comprehensive event data.
Option to temporarily/or permanently disable non-admin logins
Option to restrict admin logins to set days/hours of the week
View user’s last login data from the default WordPress users table
Enhanced security with option to hide failed login error messages
Awesome UI with comprehensive settings
Bulk change the status of banned users’ posts (i.e. to draft)
Capture and view reason for banning users
Spam prevention settings for blocking unwanted logins/registrations
Include snippets of custom css/js in header/footer
Automated notifications for logins when accessed from new ip address
Send notification when someone logs in with an administrative account
Send custom email notifications, including CC, BCC fields
TAG support in custom emails to embed dynamic data.
Force banned users to logout, or redirect them
Capture IP/Geodata during logins, inc. Mobile Detection
View IP/Geodata/banned status/activity/browser & device details
Prevent users publishing content with banned keywords/phrases
Easily manage banned users/ips/emails/country codes
View banned users in a separate table for easy management
Monitoring new posts, by sending notification when user publishes first post
Display front end notifications to users when banned
Enhanced security to restrict Ban User privilege access
Send WARNING emails to users with custom messages
Awesome flat icons as alternatives to text based links
Modal popup for sending custom messages, with textarea instead of text field
For developers, we include Shortcodes
Supports Ultimate Member Plugin
Support for Accessibility / Screen Readers
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How is it useful; why do I need it?
There are multiple reasons why an administrator of a WordPress website may need to block users. One of the most popular reasons is the security of the site. Indeed, most blogs face security issues. Once your site is online and growing in popularity, it can become the target of individuals whose only goal is to destroy your work and to discredit your blog. The BAN Users Plugin enables administrators to deny access to unwanted individuals, and inform those users of the actions taken against them.
You want to ban malicious users from logging in.
You want to temporarily suspend a users login access.
You want to temporarily control access to admin.
You want to restrict a registered user from making any changes during development.
You have a client/user who has an unpaid invoice.
Ideal solution for moderators who monitor WordPress forums/posts.
[Fixed] – Issue when getting avatar WP ID (caused delays/warnings)
[Fixed] – Moved chartjs library to load when WP hook = settings page (thanks MBlyth!).
[Fixed] – Moved notifyjs library to load locally due to CDN delays (thanks MBlyth!)..
[Updated] – A number of library files to latest released
[Updated] – Tested with WordPress 5.x
[Fixed] – Removed beta ‘whoisoline’ function due to reported issues
[Fixed] – Display date user last seen not saving
[Fixed] – PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare file_get_contents_request_method()
[Fixed] – WordPress database error Table ‘db.wp_w3dev_banned_logins’ doesn’t exist for query
[Fixed] – Added function_exists check for ‘curl_request_method’
[Fixed] – Closing popup mod