I need some custom functionality (not related to plugin) to run on cron. For that I have a php script which does what I want. It used to work before I installed hide_my_wp plugin. Now it renders 404 page when I do require(‘[my_path]/wp-load.php’); in my script. If I disable the plugin it works fine again. How do I bypass that?
Here you can see that it would read and block IPs from trust_network_rules even when it’s disabled in case there is an IP added manually to blocked_ips field. This was my case. I think it should check $this->opt(‘trust_network’) again before reading from ‘trust_network_rules’.
This reply was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by eGene.