Another Wordpress plugin bites the dust (thanks, Wordfence)

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What could possibly go wrong?
Nov 7, 2020
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It seems @Steve has another weekly report of Wordpress issues. This time, the finely-named HTTP headers to improve web site security has been pulled.

Temporarily but obviously serious enough to need the tug from the plugins library. I feel ashamed that I was using it to easily set HTTP headers :D

Wordfence (free) reported it to me and I thought I would share it here....I've been using Wordfence for a long time and it is a great addition if you (are lazy enough to) run Wordpress.

Critical Problems:
* The Plugin "HTTP headers to improve web site security" has been removed from wordpress.org.