How to check wordpress plugin for eval-base64 hack
Base64 is a group of similar binary-to-text encoding schemes that represent binary data in an ASCII string format by translating it into a radix-64 representation. The term Base64 originates from a specific MIME content transfer encoding.
Navigate to the plugin’s folder and run the following command:
grep -R ‘eval’ *
To decode the eval code you can use this online base64 decoder
My Current desktop on Peppermint OS 4 and Pianobar playing my Pandora One account in the LXTerminal.
I’ve promised myself I’d keep this installed for awhile and I’m glad I did. Running a lightweight distro on a IvyBridge i7 with an SSD is overkill but I don’t have to wait for anything.
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Htaccess - deny ip address
Open your htaccess file and add the following:
Allow from all
Deny from 220.127.116.11
This will forbid access to ip address: 18.104.22.168
Create virtual host in Apache
First, create a virtual host record e.g create a file with the following linux command:
This fill create a empty file. Next, add the following record:
Enable the new apache virtual host with the following linux command:
# a2ensite example.com
Hello fellow 64bit Linux user!
I know you cannot bother reading another lengthy tutorial on how to get the veetle plugin to work under 64bit Linux. But this time it will work, trust me ;)
- Download the 64bit Version of the Veetle plugin from here:
Intel Turbo Boost is a technology used to increase the frequency of the internal CPU cores of a processor. One can say that it is an automatic overclocking facility.
The frequency gain depends on the number of cores active at a moment. The less processors active, the greater frequency gain.