wordpress suffers from a security problem: All passwords are transmitted unencrypted, including the admin's password. There are some plugins and solutions, but none of the worked properly.
I'd like to have my blog appear at two different locations, once in my personal web page (virtual http server) and once somewhere in a subtree of the https server (virtual https servers are currently not supported, so there is only one per server).
Unfortunately I can't run the same wordpress blog from more than one location, since the WordPress/Blog URIs are stored in the SQL database.
It would be quite easier if it was possible to override these settings in /etc/wordpress/wp-config.php, because then it could be set to different values, depending on how the user accessed the blog.
Is there any way to override these configuration values from php, and if not, I'd propose it.