The BPS plugin has been deactivated on website – BPS MU Tools must-use plugin

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    jrec
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    Hi,

    We’ve been getting these alerts almost every hour. http://d.pr/i/OnfvlF

    The app has been uninstalled and deleted from the site. Please advise.

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    The BPS plugin has been deactivated on website: XXXX. To stop these email alerts from being sent while BPS is deactivated, go to the WordPress Plugins page, click the Must-Use link, click the BPS MU Tools Disable BPS Folder|Deactivation Checks link. If you just upgraded BPS you can ignore this email alert.

    Note: If you are troubleshooting the BPS plugin then click this BPS Troubleshooting link: https://forum.ait-pro.com/forums/topic/read-me-first-free/#bps-free-general-troubleshooting. The BPS plugin has built-in troubleshooting capability and should not be deactivated for troubleshooting. Deactivating BPS removes the built-in troubleshooting tools/capabilities. You can turn all BPS security features On or Off for troubleshooting to isolate exactly which BPS security feature is causing an issue/problem or to confirm or eliminate BPS as the cause of an issue/problem.

    #33531

    AITpro Admin
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    If you have manually deleted the /bulletproof-security/ plugin folder using FTP or your web host control panel file manager instead of using the Deactivate and Delete links on the WordPress Plugins page to uninstall the BPS plugin then you will need to manually delete the BPS MU Tools must-use plugin in the WordPress must-use folder using FTP or your web host control panel file manager:  /wp-content/mu-plugins/bps-mu-tools.php.  Note:  Also check for and delete this file if you see it in the WordPress must-use folder:  bps-plugin-autoupdate.php.

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