Wordpress is often installed by less experienced users, following a
guide they found online which may well be out of date and insecure. By
the time Sysadmins are involved, it is often cleaning up the result of
those inexperienced choices. However there's a useful proactive role
for Sysadmins too, to avoid it being "all cleanup".
This talk is going to show a few shell scripts I created to make the
updating and fixing exploits and faster easier. As well as scripts for
reinstalling exploited installs, checking they are up to date, and a few
Linux System Administrator for 20 years, Currently working for Rimuhosting.
I enjoy trying to find ways that people less technical can help themselves, automating as much as possible.