We all love WordPress, but in most cases we prefer to hide the fact that we are using a blogging platform for our entire business. From other side every day a couple of new security bugs found in plugins, themes and WordPress itself.
Are we safe? Can all plugin authors be notified timely about bugs? Are all of them responsible for security problems they generated? or can we update our plugins everyday?
Hide My WP created to help us. It not only boosts our security but it also allows us to have more beautiful URLs and permalinks!
3.0 – 07/02/2014
- NEW: Ability to rename wp-admin! - NEW: Simple and sweet anti-spam- NEW: Disable directory listing for plugins and themes and WP - WP 1.9 compatibility plus UI adjustment- Deactivating HMWP now store saved settings- API filter added to resetting to defatults - wp-cron.php and upgrade.php added to whitelist- Fixed a bug in page preview- Fixed feed and canonical URL issue- Fixed multisite table prefix- Fixed bug in notification message when login address has changed- Fixed multiple messages in settings page- Fixed problem with minify plugins that cause 400 error- Fixed base address problem in configuration of some multisite installs- Fixed a bug in register URL - Fixed a notice message
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