Snitch – Netzwerkmonitor für WordPress
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Snitch

Network monitor for WordPress. Connection overview for monitoring and controlling outgoing data traffic.

Description

Network monitor for WordPress with connection overview for controlling and regulating data traffic from your site.

Trust, But Verify

Snitch monitors and logs the outgoing data stream of your WordPress site. It records every outbound connection from WordPress and provides a log table for administrators.

Snitch does not only log connection requests, but enables you to block future requests either by target URL (internet address being called in the background), or by script (file being executed to open up a connection). Once blocked, a connection will be visually highlighted. Blocked entries can be unblocked with a simple click.

Snitch is a perfect tool to “listen in” on outbound communication. It is also suitable to early recognize any malware and tracking software installed.

Summary

Snitch writes a log of both authorized and blocked attempts of connectivity. An overall view provides transparency and lets you control outgoing connections initialized by plugins, themes, or WordPress.

In A Nutshell

  • neat interface
  • displays target URL and source file
  • features grouping, sorting, searching
  • visual highlighting of blocked requests
  • show POST variables with a simple click
  • block/unblock connections by domain/file
  • monitors communication in back-end and front-end
  • delete all entries by pressing a button
  • free of charge, no advertising

Support

Contribute

  • Active development of this plugin is handled on GitHub.
  • Pull requests for documented bugs are highly appreciated.
  • If you think you’ve found a bug (e.g. you’re experiencing unexpected behavior), please post at the support forums first.
  • If you want to help us translate this plugin you can do so on WordPress Translate.

Credits

Installation

  • If you don’t know how to install a plugin for WordPress, here’s how.

Requirements

  • PHP 5.2.4 or greater
  • WordPress 3.8 or greater

Changelog

1.1.6

1.1.5 / 06.05.2015

1.1.4

  • Support for WordPress 4.2
  • Nice to have: admin_url() for edit.php requests

1.1.3

  • Support for WordPress 4.1

1.1.2

  • feature: english translation for the readme file
  • feature: russian translation for plugin files

1.1.1

  • feature: status code “-1” for failing connections

1.1.0

For the complete changelog, check out our GitHub repository.

Upgrade Notice

1.1.6

This is mainly a maintenance release which updates the readme and the plugin authors.

Screenshots

  1. Snitch connection list with target URL and actions

  2. Snitch connection list with further information