Frank Bültge bueltge
|<?php # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-|
|declare( strict_types = 1 );|
|* Plugin Name: Port Switch|
|* Plugin URI: https://gist.github.com/bueltge/51013ab809f5f0f5e305c70c2d393fff|
|* Description: Port switch to get an workaround to use WordPress Multisite also without the default port 80.|
|* Version: dev|
|* Author: Frank Bültge|
|* Author URI: https://bueltge.de|
|* License: MIT|
WordPress Plugin Security Testing Cheat Sheet
This cheat sheet was compiled by Dewhurst Security to record the knowledge gained when testing WordPress plugins for security issues for our clients. The security documentation provided by WordPress and found online for plugin security is sparse, outdated or unclear. This cheat sheet is intended for Penetration Testers who audit WordPress plugins or developers who wish to audit their own WordPress plugins.
This is a living document, feedback in the form of Issues or Pull Requests is very much welcomed.
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
HTTP Status Codes Explained
In a Client-Server architecture, you (the Client end) receives various types of responses and to identify each of them, these HTTP Status Codes are divided into various categories. Each status code is a 3 digit number of which, the first digit determines the category and the rest two digits really gives the meaning to these HTTP Status Codes.
|Plugin Name: HowTo Plugin|
|Description: This Plugin demonstrates how you can build your own plugin pages using the WordPress provided draggable metaboxes, requires WordPress 2.7 version, supports WordPress 2.8 changed boxing layout engine|
|Author: Heiko, Frank|
|Author URI: http://bueltge.de|