Verifies file integrity by comparing to published checksums.
This package implements the following commands:
wp core verify-checksums
Verifies WordPress files against WordPress.org's checksums.
wp core verify-checksums [--include-root] [--version=<version>] [--locale=<locale>] [--insecure]
Downloads md5 checksums for the current version from WordPress.org, and compares those checksums against the currently installed files.
For security, avoids loading WordPress when verifying checksums.
If you experience issues verifying from this command, ensure you are
passing the relevant
--version arguments according to
the values from the
Dashboard->Updates menu in the admin area of the
[--include-root] Verify all files and folders in the root directory, and warn if any non-WordPress items are found. [--version=<version>] Verify checksums against a specific version of WordPress. [--locale=<locale>] Verify checksums against a specific locale of WordPress. [--insecure] Retry downloads without certificate validation if TLS handshake fails. Note: This makes the request vulnerable to a MITM attack.
# Verify checksums $ wp core verify-checksums Success: WordPress installation verifies against checksums. # Verify checksums for given WordPress version $ wp core verify-checksums --version=4.0 Success: WordPress installation verifies against checksums. # Verify checksums for given locale $ wp core verify-checksums --locale=en_US Success: WordPress installation verifies against checksums. # Verify checksums for given locale $ wp core verify-checksums --locale=ja Warning: File doesn't verify against checksum: wp-includes/version.php Warning: File doesn't verify against checksum: readme.html Warning: File doesn't verify against checksum: wp-config-sample.php Error: WordPress installation doesn't verify against checksums.
wp plugin verify-checksums
Verifies plugin files against WordPress.org's checksums.
wp plugin verify-checksums [<plugin>...] [--all] [--strict] [--version=<version>] [--format=<format>] [--insecure] [--exclude=<name>]
[<plugin>...] One or more plugins to verify. [--all] If set, all plugins will be verified. [--strict] If set, even "soft changes" like readme.txt changes will trigger checksum errors. [--version=<version>] Verify checksums against a specific plugin version. [--format=<format>] Render output in a specific format. --- default: table options: - table - json - csv - yaml - count --- [--insecure] Retry downloads without certificate validation if TLS handshake fails. Note: This makes the request vulnerable to a MITM attack. [--exclude=<name>] Comma separated list of plugin names that should be excluded from verifying.
# Verify the checksums of all installed plugins $ wp plugin verify-checksums --all Success: Verified 8 of 8 plugins. # Verify the checksums of a single plugin, Akismet in this case $ wp plugin verify-checksums akismet Success: Verified 1 of 1 plugins.
This package is included with WP-CLI itself, no additional installation necessary.
To install the latest version of this package over what's included in WP-CLI, run:
wp package install email@example.com:wp-cli/checksum-command.git
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