I love the Bullet Proof Security plugin and use it on several WordPress sites and I have never had any trouble.
And all the sites I use it on are with the same hosting company.
But, I *think* it hosed a new WordPress site of mine.
When I was going through the “activate” buttons, my site went down and displayed this error message:
“Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress”.
I *think* it happened during the htaccess portion of clicking the “activate” buttons, but I’m not sure.
The hosting company got the site back up, and they did something to assure the PHP version and settings are correct or something.
But when I opened the settings for Bullet Proof Security, the site went down again.
Once again, the hosting company got it back up.
I then used the plugin itself to do cleanup before deactivation.
It finished cleanup and I got a message saying it was successful.
But when I clicked “deactivate”, the site went down again.
Hosting company really likes me.
They removed the site and all files, and all is up and running again.
I really want to use Bullet Proof Security, but for now I am using a different security plugin, for now.
Is there a bug of some kind?
What should I do to be able to use Bullet Proof Security on new WordPress sites?
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