Bad Behavior 2.2.15 has been released. This is a maintenance release and is recommended for all users.
The following changes have been made since 2.2.14:
- An additional exploit scanner has been identified and blocked.
- Issue #66: WordPress: A deprecated function has been removed and replaced.
- Issue #72: Recent versions of the Google Chrome and Firefox browsers do not actually delete session cookies by default when closing the browser. This resulted in a rare case where old session cookies, served when the site’s EU Cookie setting was off, would be returned if the EU Cookie setting was later enabled. When this happened, the visitor would be blocked. This issue is now resolved.
Just as a reminder, if you use CloudFlare on your site, you must enable the Reverse Proxy option in Bad Behavior’s settings, or many of your visitors and search engines will be blocked.