Wordpress supports the xml-rpc protocol, which is a way for third party software to communicate with the WP admin, for instance to create or delete posts. The protocol is a favourite target of hackers.

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Possible to filter the posts or categories that XML-RPC users see in their mobile application?

Is it possible to filter the posts or categories that XML-RPC users see in their mobile application? I have a plugin that hooks into pre_get_posts and list_terms_exclusions to do what I need it to do....
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Is it possible to post with Word 2007 via XML-RPC and limit categories by user?

I'm working on a project for a school district I work at where we want to use Word Press to have employees from all of the buildings post announcements and press releases via Word 2007. We will then ...
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SSO / authentication integration with external 'directory service'

I'm about to start working on a prototype for a client - and one of the required features is integration with an in-house user authentication / registration system. This system will act as the ...
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XML-RPC and Custom Post Types

I can't find much documentation on using XML-RPC and custom post types. I have a specific requirement that remote posting and management (the client has an in-house cms) must be used for a custom ...
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How to get all posts (in chunks) via XML-RPC?

I would like to retrieve all posts of a blog via the XML-RPC API of Wordpress. There are the methods of blogger.getRecentPosts and metaWeblog.getRecentPosts which - given a sufficiently high value as ...