More secure wrapper for the WordPress XML-RPC interface.
In general, it's good that the WordPress XMLRPC API is enabled per default in order to allow more integrated Web platforms and software, but the username/password authentication mechanism makes a WordPress installation very vulnerable to brute force and dictionary attacks, and even primitive network sniffing if HTTPS isn't used. Hashing a private authentication key as provided with this plugin should be a minimum requirement for any use of WordPress XMLRPC and is very important to prevent easy take-over of user accounts.
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