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[Resolved] default.htaccess file

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  • Plugin Author AITpro

    @aitpro

    Most likely this has to do with mod_security. Check with your web host and ask them about this.

    Method Not Implemented GET to /wp-admin/admin.php not supported – Mod Security Problem

    Thank you. Will email now and post the results later when I test it at 4 pm. It is 8:15 am now

    Thank you. Will email now and post the results later when I test it at 4 pm. It is 8:15 am now

    Thank you. Will email now and post the results later when I test it at 4 pm. It is 8:15 am now

    Thank you. Will email now and post the results later when I test it at 4 pm. It is 8:15 am now

    Thank you. Will email now and post the results later when I test it at 4 pm. It is 8:15 am now

    Thank you. Will email now and post the results later when I test it at 4 pm. It is 8:15 am now

    Thank you. Will email now and post the results later when I test it at 4 pm. It is 8:15 am now

    Thank you. Will email now and post the results later when I test it at 4 pm. It is 8:15 am now

    Thank you. Will email now and post the results later when I test it at 4 pm. It is 8:15 am now

    WTF? I hit “submit” ONCE!

    My host says to give them details of .htaccess and they will do it. I said thanks but the script had to write other files so please turn it off.

    We shall see

    Is mod_security closed until it initially writes those two files or always? My host said

    “If you let us know the plugin, we can check the .htaccess file to see what it needs to add manually. We can not turn off mod security for security reasons”

    Plugin Author AITpro

    @aitpro

    mod_security can be configured with SecFilters and/or SecRules, which are very similar to .htaccess filters/rules. So yeah send them a link to BPS so they can install and test it.

    Plugin Author AITpro

    @aitpro

    I have mod_security installed on a XAMPP testing site and out of the box there are not any issues or conflicts with mod_security default SecRules/SecFilters, but if additional/custom SecRules/SecFilters are added to mod_security then one or more of those SecFilters or SecRules could be blocking/conflicting with BPS filters/rules.

    I explained the script writes to it each time I ban so I need access. We’ll see what they say. If they refuse … I am up the creek

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