A month ago we discussed what we found when we looked into the use of base64 obfuscation in WordPress plugins in the Plugin Directory to possibly include a check for that in the proactive monitoring of changes made to plugins to try to catch serious vulnerabilities that we do, after that was used in intentionally malicious code in a plugin. That

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