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“The Apache documentation confirms that. htaccess is loaded every time the directory is accessed.”
“The query (in WordPress otherwise responsible for Permalinks) is handled by. htaccess, which is stored in the wp-admin folder along with. htpasswd.”
“Only users authenticated by methods that record the usernames in the log file will be reported on; an example is the ". htaccess" method, which is built in to Apache.”
“Resetting the permissions for the directory in question then renamed the .htaccess file to "old.htaccess" You will need to troubleshoot the content of the .htaccess file and rename it back to ".htaccess".”
“Htaccess files use the default filename ". htaccess" but any filename can be specified from the main server config using the AccessFileName directive is the filename of a special configuration file that provides a number of modules like mod_rewrite (for htaccess rewrite), mod_alias (for htaccess redirects), and mod_ssl.”
“Like for example when you tried to clean up URL with duplicate contents, or redirecting few of your blogposts into the other external pages, most like you edit the content of the ". htaccess" file.”
“Note that the ". htaccess" solutions that I gave only works for HTTP servers that use Apache.”
“One way to block this type of attacks from MFS is to add the following lines of code in file. "htaccess" in the folder of the website.”
“Adding this lines to the file ". htaccess" in the folder.”
“* Examine the new htaccess. dist and compare it to the old ". htaccess" file.”
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