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Ahh I love you, that page builder plugin worked like a dream and is seamlessly compatible with Storefront. Thanks so much!
The WordPress Firewall showed that the attacked was being made through wp-admin/theme-editor.php, so once I changed the wordpress administrator’s password there have been no more attempts. Phew!
Just FYI in case anyone has the same problem:
I downloaded the WordPress Firewall as suggested by TransPersonal from http://www.seoegghead.com/software/wordpress-firewall.seo and it works amazingly well. The site was getting “WordPress-Specific SQL Injection Attacks” and the firewall blocked them. Thanks!!!
How can I tell if a theme is vulnerable?
I tried making the permission to the themes directory 644, but the CSS and images will not load unless the permissions are 755. Could that be the problem?
Is there a way to achieve the opposite? I.e. the sidebar showing up on every page EXCEPT the home page?
One of my friends managed to fix my blog by using this plugin http://txfx.net/code/wordpress/wordpress-tuneup/ and since he couldn’t activate the plugin in the admin panel (because it would throw a 500 code) he manually activated it in phpmyadmin. Yay for smart, patient and awesome friends!!
Thanks for all your replies. Now I gotta work on my Coppermine gallery 500 internal server error problem.
Just tried upping it to 30M, nothing 🙁
Thanks for the replies. Yes deleting the .htaccess file was the first thing I tried, didn’t work unfortunately. I thought it possibly had something do to with my host upgrading to PHP5? When I ran a phpinfo off my server it said the build date was 9/22/07 or something recent like that, which is around the time this started happening.
It really has to be something with my host because my friend has a wordpress blog on the same server (http://incognitolatino.com) and it happened to hers also.. but what caused it to happen is whats baffling me.