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  • Plugin Author Shareaholic


    It is absolutely safe! We add an index.php to directories that the plugin creates so that:

    a) malicious visitors can’t read the contents of the directory
    b) the directory location doesn’t get indexed by search engines (we’ve had this issue in the past)

    Please let me know if you have further questions about this.



    Thanks for answer and thanks for this great plugins shareaholic…

    I have now 1 question

    What is the solution for remove this security alerts?


    Plugin Author Shareaholic


    CitLemBiK, what are you using to scan for security alerts?




    For resolving the error

    1.You can delete that file index.php(file that is shown in the error path)
    2.Create a file index.html (with no data) so that directory files are not listed when some one open the directory path in the url.

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