Archive | January, 2017

Hardening WordPress against hacking attempts

The WordPress Codex states: Security in WordPress is taken very seriously This may be the case, but in reality, you yourself have to take some additional measures so that you won’t have a false sense of security. With the default settings of WordPress and PHP, the minute you host Wordpress and give access to one non-security-conscientious administrative user, your […]

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no.php – Transparent reverse proxy written in PHP that allows you to not have to write PHP any more

This little project will probably be my only contribution to the world of PHP. The code is at https://github.com/michaelfranzl/no.php This short, single-file, 80-line PHP script is a simple and fully transparent HTTP(S) reverse proxy written in PHP that allows you to never have to use PHP again for a new project, if you feel so […]

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