In this article we go over what to do if you are using a security plugin that notifies you about a problem with any of our plugins.
This article is relevant to all the security plugins for WordPress.
Security plugins display many false alerts as every file that is using the PHP eval() function is identified as a malicious file.
You should know that many plugins and themes will be identified as malicious if they are using this PHP function, and that this problem is not unique to the plugins developed by the HappyPlugins company.
You can ignore this notification about our plugins as they do not include any malicious code and they are using the above PHP functions for regular plugin operation.
Some security plugins are very aggressive and block files which they identify as malicious, so please check your security plugin settings are not blocking all of the plugin’s files.
Another issue that may be related to security plugins is that many of them also block any POST information.
This can cause many issues in registration plugins that need to transfer information from one page to another or perform an automatic registration, such as Wishlist Auto Registration plugin and without the POST information the plugin cannot complete the process.
Depending on your plugin’s settings, please make sure that POST information is not blocked for specific plugins or for the entire website (Wishlist Member also uses this POST information using the regular registration process.