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  • I second Dima’s concern.
    To make the wishlist work with caching I need to create an exclusion in the caching plugin. So whenever a cookie yith_wcwl_products is set the website essentially isn’t cached. And that’s (sort of) ok.
    The problem is that when a user removes all products from their wishlist the cookie still persists further preventing website caching for this user.
    So to be clear: we would like the yith_wcwl_products to be removed altogether when the user removes the final product from their wishlist.
    Does this make sense?

    Hi Fakhri,
    First of all – great plugin. Came in handy many times.
    However one of my websites got hacked (sort of) recently. Weirdly the file system was clean but as I started digging it turned out that the SEO_404_links table was full of spammy links to some drug websites.
    As a result Google picked up dozens of non-existent PDF’s which were in reality redirects to some dodgy websites.
    I truncated the tables and removed the plugin (which solved the issue but still a long way before Google removes the “hacked” flag from search results) but the situation could indicated that there is indeed a vulnerability that allows such hacks.
    I’d be happy to open a dialog with you about this potential issue.

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