Scans your wp-content directory for vulnerable instances of timthumb.php, and optionally upgrades them to a safe version.
This plugin does what it says, but only for older exploits and not more recent timthumb security issues. Hopefully the developers can update the plugin or at the very least allow the plugin to be updated by others.
TT update messed up my theme now i got some work ahead of me(exactly what i was trying to avoid doing at this point)
why is there no undo option just in case something goes berserk in the update process or if user changes their mind?
you should warn users that there is no backup and turning back once you patch the files.
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