7 Jun, 2016

How to secure WordPress blog from .htaccess attack and stop to add, edit malicious code

Many hackers use backdoor methods to gain access remotely. Initially, Hacker’s are target to add backdoor in server to easily travel each files and folders. Most of hackers changes files access permission like “.htaccess” or add and access files like “.htpasswd”, “.ini”, “.phps”, “.fla”, “.log”, “.sh”.

You can add following code into your “.htaccess” to avoid access .htaccess.

Punit Patel

I’ve been working mainly with WordPress, being responsible for various aspects of the web development process: from custom plugin development to scaling our multi-site networks. During my day-to-day challenges I use and build extensively JavaScript/jQuery, CSS, HTML, and AJAX.

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