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Whats New In BulletProof Security Pro 5.1.9

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Published: September 10, 2012
Updated: September 10, 2012

BPS Pro 5.1.9 released on 9-10-2012

New ini_set Options page added to P-Security:
For first time installations of BPS Pro it is recommended that you use the ini_set Options to quickly setup your PHP Error Log file and location. The ini_set Options can be used as an alternative to creating a custom php.ini file or .user.ini file (if your PHP version is PHP5.3.x or above) or in addition to creating a custom php.ini file or .user.ini file (if your PHP version is PHP5.3.x or above). You can keep the default ini_set Settings that are already selected and just follow the Quick Setup Steps below.

For existing installations of BPS Pro, ini_set Options will allow you to create separate PHP Error Logs for each of your websites and save them to the htaccess protected /bps-backups/logs folder (recommended) or you can of course any other folder location that you would like to use.

ini_set Quick Setup Steps:
1. Click the 1. Save Options button.
2. Click the 2. Enable Options button.
3. After clicking the Enable Options button you will see this success message displayed – Your ini_set Options have been Enabled successfully – Click the Refresh Status button.
4. After clicking the Refresh Status button. Go to the PHP Error Log tab page. Copy the Error Log Path Seen by Server: file path to the PHP Error Log Location Set To: text box and click the Set Error Log Location button.

New Diagnostic Checking Tool added to P-Security:
Clicking the Run Check button on the PHP.ini Options page or ini_set Options page runs a Diagnostic Check for all settings that relate to php.ini files, .user.ini files, php handlers, php error log paths and other related settings to quickly troubleshoot any issues or problems. Recommendations are also given based on your PHP version and your type of Hosting (Shared, VPS or Dedicated Hosting).

New System Information added to B-Core System Info page:
These new additional System Checks are displayed in the System Info page: Zend Engine Version, Zend Guard/Optimizer, ionCube Loader, Suhosin, APC, eAccelerator, XCache, Varnish, Memcache and Memcached. Also new additional memory limit checks have been added under PHP Server / PHP.ini Info. WordPress Admin Memory Limit, WordPress Base Memory Limit and PHP Actual Configuration Memory Limit.

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