• Resolved Rasczak


    I was writing my post for today and started to receive this message when try to save: “You don’t have permission to access /wordpress/wp-admin/post.php on this server.”.

    After I revised server’s file permission, and re-installed WP, I tried to re-write the post by pieces, and find that there was only a phrase that made the problem: “La culpa de los destrozos la tiene principalmente el grosor del pelo de la barba, yo directamente no me afeito: me podo.” So, I modified the phrase and WP allowed me to post. That’s an strange thing…

    ¿May be this a bug in WP?

    (Sorry about my poor english, I’m spanish and has passed too much time from the last time I practised this language).

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  • There seems to be a selection of words that servers/hosts disallow – words like “curl” and “flush” and “tomcat”….

    Moderator James Huff


    The problem has to do with a server’s over-zealous mod_security parameters which disallow executables, such as curl, to be sent via POST requests.

    Ok, thanks for the quick answer. That’s not a very good new, but at least I know what happens and next time I will not get frenzy… Hahaha.

    Thank you very much, really.

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