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Strengthening themes, plugins and core installation to prevent intrusion.

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No, there is nothing you can do if you are unable to modify the HTTP server behavior. The reason is that the HTTP server receives and processes the initial request and then hands it off to PHP. PHP th …
answered Sep 4 by Ted Stresen-Reuter
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review the WordPress Security page on wordpress.org. To answer your question, I would say WordPress has been audited extensively for various security vulnerabilities by both the internal WordPress … team and countless number of external security experts as evidenced by the authors of reports on Hackerone. You can see a list of security updates here. I reviewed the most recent security updates (going …
answered Sep 6 by Ted Stresen-Reuter