No more going slow – disable xmlrpc in wordpress

No more going slow – disable xmlrpc in wordpress

Stop xmlrpc attacks for good! Don’t let your wordpress website be bogged down by ping-backs and xml request.  If you are the only one accessing your website , there should be no reason for xmlrpc to be active. WordPress sets it as default on installation but it is real easy to disable. Step 1. Blocking XML-RPC […]

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How to Disable XML-RPC in WordPress 3.5

How to Disable XML-RPC in WordPress 3.5

Disable XML-RPC in WordPress 3.5 All you have to do is paste the following code in a site-specific plugin or your theme functions file: 1 add_filter(‘xmlrpc_enabled’, ‘__return_false’); Alternatively, you can just install the plugin called Disable XML-RPC. All you have to do is activate it. It does the exact same thing as the code above.

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Disabling Functionality in PHP.ini

Disabling Functionality in PHP.ini

php.ini Disabling Functionality in PHP.ini There are certain functions in PHP that we don’t want users to use because of the danger they can pose. Even if you know your users aren’t utilizing certain functions it is wise to completely disable them so an attacker can’t use them. This security precaution is especially effective at […]

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