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Yes, trust your gut, it's bad practice, and is certainly a security risk. Forget salt keys. Think of all the plugins that store local & 3rd party credentials. They (almost) always store it in the options table. And now I (or anyone else) has access to it.


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Definitely a really bad idea. Just send what you need, exposing all this data publicly opens a lot (and some more) attack vectors.



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