A user notified me that there is a minor htaccess conflict going on with BulletProof Security and WP Super Cache.
When using mod_rewrite to serve cache files. (Recommended) the WPSC htaccess code is being written appended to the end of the root htaccess file instead of being written to the top of the htaccess file so this will require that the appended code be cut from the end of the root htaccess file and pasted to the top of the root htaccess file. The Begin WordPress to End WordPress code also needs to be cut and pasted with the WPSC code (cut and paste all the code both WPSC and the WordPress rewrite code) to the top of root htaccess file. If you update the WPSC rules again the Begin WordPress to End WordPress htaccess code will need to be cut and pasted again to the top of the root htaccess file. Thanks.
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