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Can I make an ajax response cross-domain?

I am trying to make a single ajax response cross-domain. Is that possible? I tried something like this, but that did not work: function my_call_callback() { header("Access-Control-Allow-Origin: ...
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reCAPTCHA is not visible on comments loaded via ajax

I've a php template loaded on a popup and this template should contain on the bottom the possibility for a user -logged in or not- to write comments. for security reasons it was installed the plugin ...
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Alternative ways to make ajax requests in wordpress [duplicate]

I'm currently having a problem with working with AJAX. Well not really a problem since I can pretty much do what I want to do. The only problem is my boss saying that the admin-ajax.php file is an ...
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Nonces and Cache

It's clear that form submissions and AJAX requests, especially sensible ones, need "nonces" to avoid certain exploits. However, with heavy use of caching systems it becomes harder to generate them ...
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1answer
104 views

wp_insert_comment and security

I am using wp_insert_comment to offer an in-house better ajax conditional comments interface. i got it all working great. my only question is. What security measures should i take to make sure i ...
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Is it safe to assume that a nonce may be validated more than once?

From what I have gathered, once a nonce is generated it is valid for reuse for the next 48 hours. Is it safe to code with this in mind? I'm writing a plugin that does a bit of toing and froing with ...
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3answers
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How does admin-ajax.php work?

we are having some issues with an external developer. i am not a wp person so i turn to the masses to help out. we want to limit access to the wp-admin site to internal access only (via vpn). simply ...
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1answer
178 views

Nonces can be reused multiple times? Bug / Security issue?

I've read that nonces are meant to be for one time use only, and after an ajax request, you should issue a new nonce so with the next ajax request, a new nonce would be sent to the server. However, I ...
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358 views

Security - Ajax and Nonce use [closed]

I'm developing a site which posts a number of ajax calls from jquery to PHP and returns data from PhP to jquery. Everything is working, but i'd to know if my approach to handling the calls is ok, in ...
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1answer
903 views

Multiple ajax nonce requests

I have a feature in my current project that will be allow multiple ajax requests - I've got a single nonce request worked out (via this tute), but am somewhat unsure how to figure in multiple nonce ...
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3answers
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WordPress Ajax Data Security

I am aware of nonces to check for intentions but can't make any sense if I can use them to restrict for database reads somehow? I mean, I am fetching records from the database using AJAX but I don't ...