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Who's Hacking What?


This plugin gives multiple developers on a live site the ability to notify other if they are currently hacking any files. The notification is displayed on the front end in a draggable block for anyone logged in as an administrator. You may easily add hackers to the list or delete them via the wp-admin area.


  • Admin interface for adding / deleting hackers
  • Front end notification is draggable and changes color when the list is updated.


  1. Upload whos-hacking-what.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress


Where can I request help or additional features

The plugin’s homepage is located at FullThrottle Development’s Website

Contributors & Developers

“Who's Hacking What?” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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fixed post/db sanitization, fixed cap/role issue, should have fixed screenshots, updated licensing info, updated for 4.4


Fixed minor bugs, including bad link


Initial Release