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Thanks for the response.I’m surprised to hear you say that WordPress is pretty secure, as I and thousands of others, based off of what I’ve discovered through troubleshooting research, have had several issues dating back to last August when the dreaded timthumb issue hit hard. Most people recommend having some sort of firewall plugin. Anyway, thanks for the info. Cheers!
thanks. it was WordPress Firewall 2 that was doing it. do you know of another good firewall plugin that doesn’t conflict with estore?
I’m at the same point, except my host –GoDaddy– cannot do anything on their end after attempts made with 3 phone calls. Is there any other way to fix this issue?