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[Resolved] Multiple Security Holes

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  • Clayton James
    Participant

    @claytonjames

    FAQ Security > Where do I report security issues?

    “For a WordPress plugin security issue, email plugins [at] wordpress.org with as much detail as you can. You should also contact the plugin developer either via email (if it’s listed in the plugin source code), or by posting in the support forum on their plugin page asking how best to send them details.”

    Plugin Author TKServer
    Participant

    @tkserver

    Yes I would like to know what the supposed issues are so that they can be addressed as needed.

    Please contact me at SethRobertWalton@gmail.com and I will send you what I have. Not sure if a public venue is the best place to disclose 🙂

    WPyogi
    Forum Moderator

    @wpyogi

    @tkserver – including an email contact in your plugin’s readme file on on the page here would make this situation easier all around as we don’t encourage posting of emails on these forums.

    Plugin Author TKServer
    Participant

    @tkserver

    @wpyogi I’ll add that to the next rev.

    Thanks for the help. First WP plugin. Been dev’ing for Joomla almost 10 years.

    Plugin Author TKServer
    Participant

    @tkserver

    Fixes implemented and uploaded to the trunk.

    Plugin Author TKServer
    Participant

    @tkserver

    The security holes have been fixed and the plug has been re-listed. Now if I can find a way to get that 1 star rating updated to 5 stars…

    Well done. I had rated low in attempts to get users to read the review first. I have updated. Its a pretty slick plugin.

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