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anonymousfox wordpress exploit entry points

Anonymousfox exploits wordpress websites via vulnerable files to gain access to administrator accounts and root access to server. With root file access anonymousfox can easily escalate to your hosting cpanel access by editing the contact address and resetting the cpanel account password. Keep in mind that with cpanel access anonymousfox can cross contaminate other websites.

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How to build websites with subdomains

Techgasp Domain Subdomain

We have decided to write a small tutorial on how to build several websites via sub-domains since our own websites and sub-domains just went through a major re-structure related to legacy implementations. The aim of this post is more organizational than technical “per se”, it relates to pre-implementation thoughts.

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Batch delete custom fields from your WordPress pages and posts

TechGasp Delete Custom Fields

In new WordPress installations it’s normal to test a bunch of plugins during the initial website setup also, if you run your WordPress website for a few years you probably have installed and tested a ton of plugins that you are not using anymore and have since then deleted or deactivated. That’s all fine, the issue is that most of the plugins do not delete their posts and pages meta_keys.

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How to Install or Update TechGasp Plugins

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With the release of the TechGasp WordPress Framework all plugins version 4.0 and upwards have built-in Advanced Updater (use the built-in Advanced Updater to update your plugins). Do not follow this tutorial except if you have a really old plugin version.

If you are looking for Advanced Updater instructions, read your plugin Documentation & Instructions page.

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