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Hashes for 4.2.2 and concurrent branch releases
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hashes-3.9.php Hashes for 3.9, see description for MD5
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README.md

Exploit Scanner Hashes

Hashes files for the WordPress Exploit Scanner plugin

Here lies a central repository for the hashses needed to use the excellent (but seemingly abandoned) Exploit Scanner plugin. All contributions welcome!

Life Points

Many users have contributed to this repository with hashes so +10 life points go to;

Hashes Generator

If you'd like to contribute, you can use the hashes-generator.php included. Kudos to mattyrob (more life points for you!) for creating it.

As well as using the instructions below, you can now use the generator on the command line, like so; $ php hashes-generator.php > hashes-3.9.php

Instructions

  1. Download the zipped version of WordPress and save it to the same location as the hashes-generator.php script
  2. Make sure the zip is called 'latest.zip'
  3. Run the hashes-generator.php script in a browser
  4. Copy the resultant code and paste into a new file
  5. Save that file as hashes-x.php where x is the WordPress version number. Examples:
    • WordPress 3.7.1 = hashes-3.7.1.php
    • WordPress 3.8 = hashes-3.8.php
    • WordPress 3.8.1 = hashes-3.8.1.php
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