effectively stops xmlrpc brute force / dos
simply works. I don’t use jetpack and I don’t care about ping backs… but I hate the staggering amount of xmlrpc attacks I’ve been seeing the past few months. This plugin can elegantly turn the
http://your.website/xmlrpc.phpURL into a 403 for the would-be attacker.
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