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Front End Upload

Provides the most basic implementation allowing site visitors to upload files to the Media library and notify admin

0.6.1

  • Updated Plupload to version 1.5.5

0.6

  • Refactored the way file storage happens. Uploaded files are now obscured and downloads are routed through the plugin so as to help prevent unwanted execution of uploaded files
  • Elaborated installation instructions

0.5.4.6

  • Fixed a JavaScript issue that submitted the form too soon preventing accurate file locations from being sent in the resulting email in certain browsers
  • Fixed an issue where a false positive security check would prevent files from saving

0.5.4.5

  • Additional security precautions to better validate submissions (props Chris Kellum)

0.5.4.3

  • Additional security precautions to better validate submissions to upload.php

0.5.4.2

  • Added in additional file extension check

0.5.4.1

  • Further security enhancement to better obfuscate file locations

0.5.4

  • Fixed a security threat that allowed for potential code execution. Upgrade right away. This was not an issue in Front End Upload Pro.

0.5.3

  • Updated Polish translation
  • Better handling of larger uploads in Safari
  • Tested with WordPress 3.4RC1

0.5.2

  • Added a unique hash to the destination directory that will increase security by obscurity
  • Upgraded Plupload to 1.5.4

0.5.1

  • Removed a rogue PHP short open tag (props wzielins)
  • Updated file paths to accommodate multisite
  • Upgraded Plupload to 1.5.2

0.5

0.4

  • Added {@ip} to the available message tags
  • Added more opportunities for localization

0.3

  • Completely changed the way uploads are handled. They are no longer sent to the WordPress Media library and are instead stored in a subdirectory of ~/wp-content/uploads/
  • If a passcode is set, it must now be entered before any uploading can take place
  • Email validation takes place via JavaScript prior to the upload beginning
  • Support for large files has been added

0.2

  • Added custom mime types to the options screen
  • Fixed potential issue with unset max file size

0.1

  • Initial release

Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Active Installs: 900+

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