No correct its only for there wordpress hosting, But since im hosting some wordpress sites aswell, and already got a few people hacked because of bad plugins, im looking todo something like that aswel… Just block the unsupported plugins
We want people to use our provided caching plugin (LS Cache) because the web server (Litespeed) has features that can work directly with the plugin for improved caching and reduced load. That’s better than using another PHP level cache.
You must have not really needed WP. Getting rid of WP for most people because of “shit WordPress plugin” is not the solution. I try to minimize the use of plugins, and only use widely known plugins with a significant user base.
On shared host if a neigbor gets infected from a bad plugin, that’s always a concern, but not common. I do frequent backups, and have spare servers (different host) ready to go if there’s a problem. For now WordPress is the sweet spot for some of the work I do.
@Ympker Avoid “premium” hacked plugins from usenet, torrent sites etc. That’s the source of most “shit” plugins. I follow the same rules as choosing Android apps. Stick to plugins with frequent updates, which support the current release of WordPress. Also, perhaps the most important attributue, they should have a significant user base.
I don’t use “hacked”/leaked versions of premium plugins. When I said hacked I meant hackable. As in “codeable”. There is a certain config file in the official plugin.zip where the max. file size is defined. All you have to do is change the value to a greater one. Done.