Securing the uploads folder with .htaccess
What what good does that do us? Many attacks on installations are based on uploading files containing malicious files to /uploads. So it increases our safety.
1. We create a text file on our computer (e.g. in notepad) and paste the following code into it:
Order Allow,Deny Deny from all. Order Deny,Allow Allow from all.
2. Save the file as ".htaccess" and place it in the folder /wp-content/uploads
The code causes the restriction to upload peaks with specific extensions - jpg|jpeg|jpe|gif|png|tif|tiff - to this folder like and its subfolders
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