Joomla 2.5 and 3.x versions
|5.02||10 June 2017||Re-coding of deprecated Joomla functions in preparation for future Joomla versions. The minimum Joomla version required is now 3.4.8.
Some minor cosmetic fixes.
|5.01||10 April 2017||Fixed a minor bug that caused an error when deleting history records on some servers.|
|5.00||3 March 2017||The way that the directory scan is started as a background task has changed. The user guide has more details. Previous versions worked well on most servers, but not on all servers, and we were never able to resolve the problem. The new method should work on all servers. Unfortunately this change of direction required matched changes to the component and the plugin. If you use the optional Eyesite Plugin, you must upgrade (or uninstall) the plugin in order to upgrade to this version of the component.
The auto-accept option now only applies to scans initiated by the plugin, not to scans initiated manually in the admin interface (which seems more logical).
If you have the Eyesite Plugin installed and have entered your purchase ID on the About page, the About page now shows your subscription status.
The status page updates more quickly during a scan, and shows a progress bar.
|4.01||15 November 2016||Moved the Plugin Purchase ID to the About page for consistency with our other extensions.
Clear the system cache after saving the configuration.
Test email subject now includes the site name.
|4.00||4 November 2016||Joomla 2.5 is no longer supported.
Eyesite now supports the Joomla Update System. The Joomla admin interface will automatically notify you of new releases, and you will be able to install them with a single click in the Extensions Update Manager.
Version 4.00 of the Plugin also supports the Joomla Update System.
You do not have to upgrade the plugin. The version 3 plugin still works with version 4 of the Eyesite component, but version 3 does not support the Joomla Update System.
|3.10||15 October 2016||A new search function on the history list allows you to search by date or for a specific filename.
Previously, the Eyesite configuration parameters were lost when changing the component's ACL permissions. This has been fixed. By coincidence, this change also fixes "Error decoding JSON data: Syntax error" that occurs with earlier versions of Eyesite in Joomla 3.6.3.
New French translation.
|3.09||12 February 2016||Switched to using cURL to start the scannng process, which should work on more servers. Also now logs an error to the history log if email sending fails after a scan.|
|3.08||17 January 2016||Add a user agent string to the request that starts the scanner, since a few servers do not accept requests without this.|
|3.07||9 October 2015||A fix to enable Eyesite to work on single language sites where a SEF extension does not allow the language prefix in the URL.|
|3.06||15 March 2015||Eyesite now works on https sites
Access to the admin interface can now be restricted using Joomla access control
The admin interface now supports the collapsable sidebar in Joomla 3.4
|3.05||26 February 2015||New "Auto-Accept" mode. In Auto-Accept mode, you don't have to accept or reject changes. The changes are simply emailed to you and logged in the Eyesite History. In this mode you can maintain a full and detailed history of all changes to files on your website with no manual intervention required.|
|3.04||20 April 2014||Improved error handling and reporting when starting the scanner.|
|3.03||4 April 2014||Fixed a bug that prevented Reject List from working.|
|3.02||29 March 2014||You can now edit the title of history items (e.g. "Updated Joomla to latest version").
Updated the Dutch and Italian translations.
Added a link (on the Help and Support page) to Eyesite on the JED to make it easier for you to post a review!
|3.01||12 February 2014||The installer now checks several server requirements and stops the install if Eyesite cannot run on the server. The conditions are: PHP Magic Quotes must be OFF, cannot run on https sites, must be able to write to a socket.|
|3.00||1 February 2014||This is a major re-work with many new features, while preserving the same algorithms that have always worked so well. Launching the scanner using Cron is no longer supported - a new system plugin makes the job of running regular scans much easier than before. Please see the user guide for full details.|