Super Cache Security Clarification
First off, thanks for a great plugin, I’ve notice a huge difference in speed with this!
I’ve read over some of the topics here regarding super-cache and security. I’m a noob but I think most of them are regarding the correct CHMOD for directories. Still not 100% on what the warning in the admin page means and what exact files/directories it’s talking about.
Can anyone put in simple terms, what exactly needs to be done to ensure maximum security when using this plugin?
A few days after installing it I found a folder in my home directory that shouldn’t be there. This is the first time I’ve had anything like that, so I imagine I’m doing something wrong with this plugin.
I changed my hosting and wordpress passwords, anything else I should do?
Also is that a really horrible security breach? FWIW, the folder was named for the domain of some adult site and sub directories in the folder matched a directory structure until it reached the last sub folder called 05.jpg. I chmodded the folder to 0. Other than that, I couldn’t find any other obvious changes.
Any comments/ideas appreciated!
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