Bad Behavior 2.0.4
Bad Behavior 2.0.4 has been released to provide small bug fixes.
New in this release (since 2.0.3):
- A bug affecting MediaWiki and ExpressionEngine users, and possibly others, caused database errors to be thrown when a POST request was received. This has been fixed.
- A confusing entry in the generic code, which was causing PHP warnings for people who mistakenly used it without changing it, has been altered. The section of code, which users of the generic code are expected to change, referred to a variable which did not exist, and users who failed to change the code for their particular installation received warnings.
- A part of the housekeeping code which optimizes Bad Behavior’s log table has been rescheduled to run in only one of 1000 blocked requests. Under a heavy spam attack this was running much too frequently at its old schedule of one in 25 blocked requests, causing at least one shared hosting provider to complain.
As always, if you find Bad Behavior valuable, please consider making a financial contribution. I develop Bad Behavior in my spare time, and every little bit means I have more spare time to devote to its development.
Update: Due to some errors which creeped in, I’ve repacked the 2.0.4 release. If you already downloaded it and are having strange problems, please re-download it.
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