https://www.hostinger.com/tutorials/xmlrpc-wordpress What Is Xmlrpc.php in WordPress and Why You Should Disable It
Simply navigate to the
Plugins › Add New section from within your WordPress dashboard. Search for Disable XML-RPC and install the plugin .
If you’d want to only turn certain elements of XML-RPC off, but still allow certain plugins and features to work, then use the following plugins instead:
Stop XML-RPC Attack. This plugin will stop all XML-RPC attacks, but it’ll continue to allow plugins like Jetpack, and other automatic tools and plugins to retain access to the xmlrpc.php file.
Control XML-RPC Publishing. This allows you to retain control and use over the remote publishing option afforded by xmlrpc.php.
See: Examples of original and the new .htaccess rewrite rules for permalinks here:
16 ounces of sour cream (or substitute plain Greek yogurt)
3 or 4 cloves of minced or grated garlic (the more garlic – the hotter the tzatziki sauce)
1/2 cucumber grated and thinned (drain and discard the juice from the cucumber)
2 to 3 tablespoons of red wine vinegar
1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of finely ground white pepper
1/2 teaspoon of salt (or more to your taste)
Combine ingredients and stir to blend.
Use to top gyros, or to top pork or chicken souvlaki.
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: You can configure mailbox quotas from the Exchange admin center (EAC) web interface. To do this, go to the section Global Settings Servers > Databases > select the required database > Properties > Limits. Set the necessary quotas on the Limits tab.
: Mailbox quota settings can also be changed from EAC ( Customize Per Mailbox Recipients > Mailboxes > Properties > Mailbox usage > More Options > Customize the quota settings for this mailbox).
Example: Change to “unlimited” instead of 2GB default maximum.
Issue a warning at (GB) 9.9
Prohibit Send at (GB) “unlimited”
Prohibit send and receive at (GB) “unlimited”
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