Bad behaviour whitelisting, part 3

The bad-behaviour plugin has changed the whitelisting method to use an admin form now instead of either editing whitelist.inc.php or using whitelist.ini.

From the changelog;

WordPress: The WordPress automatic update system destroys a user-provided whitelist.ini file, making it difficult for WordPress users to maintain a whitelist. For this reason, Bad Behavior no longer uses whitelist.ini on WordPress. Instead, a new administrative page is now available where users can manage their whitelists within WordPress.

In the Plugins > Bad Behaviour > Whitelist URL text area, enter the following to allow OpenID;

/openid/server

/index.php/openid/server

/openid/consumer

/index.php/openid/consumer