My server recently changed their DNS and basically I got screwed up. They have something that is blocking XMLRPC.PHP and, because of this, I can no longer use ecto (an application that allows you to edit and post a lot easier, shareware) to get into the server and post my files without having to use the default wordpress editor.
I had the same problem last year, and they fixed it. This year they won’t do it, they keep saying that “scripts like those are vulnerable”, and because of this they won’t do anything at all. This is considering that last year they did it and I’ve never had problems again with that file.
Anyway, I’m already frustrated with the excellent support of my provider (never use PronetHosting.net), they are telling me that the only thing I can do is renaming XMLRPC.PHP to something else.
Would that work?
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