[wp-hackers] What would strip $_POST before 'init' runs?

Mike Walsh mpwalsh8 at gmail.com
Sun Jun 3 18:54:34 UTC 2012

A simple test form works correctly.  Surprisingly, disabling all plugins
and using the default theme, doesn't make any difference, the POST variable
is still empty.  The action on the form element is set to an empty string
("").  Submitting a comment on the page works correctly.  I am starting to
wonder if this site has a modified version of WordPress installed.


On Sunday, June 3, 2012, Gavin Pearce wrote:

> > Is there any way to turn it off using ini_set() or .htaccess?
> php_flag eaccelerator.enable 0
> php_flag eaccelerator.optimizer 0
> in a .htaccess should turn it off.
> Have you tried creating a simple $_POST form outside of WP? Odds are it
> would generate the same 403 error outside of WP if eAccelerator / server
> config issues? At least you can discount WP then.
> G
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