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November 5, 2012 in Forum Blog

The BulletProof Security Forum is a Hype free, Fluff free and BS free zone

Special thanks to BuddyPress and bbPress Thank you for this brilliant and amazing Forum software/platform!

BulletProof Security Pro Troubleshooting Steps
BulletProof Security Free Troubleshooting Steps

BulletProof Security Pro plugin sticky topics can be found by clicking the BulletProof Security Pro Forum menu.
BulletProof Security free plugin sticky topics can be found by clicking the BulletProof Security Free Forum menu.

Search the Forum for BPS Free or BPS Pro issues/problems using the bbPress Search Forums window before posting a new Topic in the Forum.  If you do not find the solution to your question, but find a similar or related Forum Topic then post your question in that Forum Topic.  If you do not find any search results that are similar or related to your BPS or BPS Pro issue/problem then please post a new Topic.

How to Search the Forum for Maximum Relevant Search Results
http://forum.ait-pro.com/forums/topic/plugin-conflicts-actively-blocked-plugins-plugin-compatibility/

Check the Topic Tags links in the right hand column and click on Topic Tag links that are relevant to what you are looking for.

When you click on the BulletProof Security Pro or BulletProof Security Free Menus you will see Read Me First Forum Topics highlighted in yellow.  These Forum Topics contain extensive help and troubleshooting information.

To post a new Topic in the Forum click on either the BulletProof Security Pro or BulletProof Security Free Menus to go to the correct Forum area.  Scroll down to the bottom on the page and you will see an Editor where you can post your new Forum Topic.

If you are copying code to your Forum Topic post please use the “pre” tags to make your code display nicely formatted.
Example using <pre> before your code and </pre> after your code will make the code display like this below:

# WP AUTHOR ENUMERATION BOT PROBE PROTECTION
# Rewrites to author=999999 that does not actually exist
# which results in a standard 404 error. To the hacker bot
# it appears that this author does not exist without giving
# any clues that the author does actually exist.

RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^author=([0-9]){1,}$ [NC]
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ $1?author=999999 [L]