Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of web-app-security


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Oct 1, 2017, 2:53:17 PM (2 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    8383 * wordpress-plugins
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    85 If your web application is directly in your web directory, leave the file empty. If it is in a subdirectory, then put the full, absolute path to the root of your web directory in the file.
     85The contents of each file should have, one per line, the full, absolute path to the root of your web directory containing WordPress or Drupal.
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    8787For example, if you want to upgrade both drupal core and drupal modules for a web appication located directly in your web folder, create two files: one called drupal-core and one called drupal-modules in this directory.
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    89 If you have two WordPress installations, one in the web directory and one in a subdirectory called "outreach"  and you just want to auto upgrade the core WordPress code for both of them, create a single file called wordpress-core that contains the absolute path to your main web directory on one line and the absolute path to your outreach directory on the second line (note - when specifying additional directories, you have to specify the web directory if you want it included).
     89If you have two WordPress installations, one in the web directory and one in a subdirectory called "outreach"  and you just want to auto upgrade the core WordPress code for both of them, create a single file called wordpress-core that contains the absolute path to your main web directory on one line and the absolute path to your outreach directory on the second line.
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    9191=== Technical Details ===