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Want to find out which parts of your WordPress website are vulnerable? Check out our articles on the various ways hackers could get into your website via your own content! Index.php is a great example of a WordPress file that is easily corrupted and taken over by hackers as an entry point into your website. Find out how to keep your WordPress files secure!

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How to Find WordPress Vulnerabilities Part 1

August 19, 2016 1 comment

WordPress is number one CMS system over the world with more than 26% of the market but the security is sometimes taken for granted. And WordPress vulnerabilities could still be in older versions. Learn how to find WordPress vulnerabilities to improve your own.

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Don’t Help Pirates and Do Not Create index.php!

November 25, 2014 0 comments

In the same branch as Don’t help pirates and stop include all!, here comes a second one which is a following of the reflexion but with files. Which index? I’m talking about file containing the most of the time, either nothing, either a “Silence is golden”, even i’m talking about the plugin with the same name Silence is Golden Guard. […]

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Don’t Help Pirates and Stop to Include All!

October 31, 2014 0 comments

I told some people about this in an earlier WordCamp i think. I’m talking about a code that seems smart, allowing a script to auto-include all .php files from a plugin or theme’s folder. Smart code The goal of this kind of code is to auto-include all files from for example, and without adding any line […]

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