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Security review of Really Simple SSL

I recently was asked on the WordPress support forums if Really Simple SSL is securely built. I always thoroughly check the code for possible security issues, and secure all posts and database updates. Besides this, access is to functions is limited based on usercapability, and files only needed for the back-end are not loaded at the front-end. Nevertheless, I think it’s better when someone else confirms there are no issues.  Really Simple SSL was recently reviewed by Plugin Vulnerabilities, without any vulnerabilities found. For more information, see this article:

https://www.pluginvulnerabilities.com/tag/really-simple-ssl/

 

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