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Registry Value Types

A registry can store different types of values in various formats. These Registry Value Types are listed here. When you store data under a registry value, for instance by calling the RegSetValueEx function, you can specify one of the following values to indicate the type of data being stored. When you retrieve a registry value, functions such as RegQueryValueEx use these values to indicate the […]

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How to: Protect WordPress from brute-force XML-RPC attacks

The WordPress XML-RPC API has been under attack for many years now. Back in August 2014, WordPress released version 3.9.2, fixing a possible denial of service issue in PHP’s XML processing. There are brute-force amplification attacks, reported by Sucuri, and so on. So, how do you protect WordPress from xmlrpc.php attacks, but still being able to use (some of) its functionality like Jetpack? This post […]

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