September 17, 2012

How to Disable PHP Execution in Certain WordPress Directories

Having cleaned numerous WordPress hacks, in our experience most backdoor access files disguise themselves in /wp-includes/ folder or in your /wp-content/uploads/ directory. Usually these are .php files with names that some what seems like WordPress core files, but they are not…

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