Protecting The Uploading Folders and Centers in WordPress

 

To prevent running malicious files or PHP files in the uploading folders of WordPress or the other scripts, embed a code that only allows reviewing pictures in the .htaccess file inside the upload folder.

For example, the upload folder in WordPress is wp-content/uploads, so the following code is embedded in the .htaccess file inside the mentioned folder:

# If the URI is an image then we allow accesses

SetEnvIfNoCase Request_URI ".(gif|jpe?g|doc|png|bmp)$" let_me_in

Order Deny,Allow 

Deny from All

# Allow accesses only if an images was requested

Allow from env=let_me_in

deny from all 

To make the file content as follows:

htaccess_file

 

If you want to allow running other extensions, you can add the extension to this line:

SetEnvIfNoCase Request_URI ".(gif|jpe?g|doc|png|bmp)$" let_me_in

htaccess_extentions

Also, It is always recommended to upgrade to the latest available versions of the used script and the plugins installed on it.





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