Pretty simply, this plugin disables the XML-RPC API on a WordPress site running 3.5 or above.
Beginning in 3.5, XML-RPC is enabled by default. Additionally, the option to disable/enable XML-RPC was removed. For various reasons, site owners may wish to disable this functionality. This plugin provides an easy way to do so.
/wp-content/plugins/directory in your WordPress installation
To re-enable XML-RPC, just deactivate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu.
No. This plugin is as simple as XML-RPC is off (plugin activated) or XML-RPC is on (plugin is deactivated).
There are two easy methods for checking if XML-RPC is off:
If the plugin is activated, but XML-RPC appears to still be working … OR … the plugin is deactivated, but XML-RPC is not working, then it’s possible that another plugin or theme function is affecting the xmlrpc_enabled filter. Additionally, server configurations could be blocking XML-RPC (i.e. blocking access to xmlrpc.php in the .htaccess file).
This plugin disables XML-RPC API in WordPress 3.5+, which is enabled by default.View Cart
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