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Re: Too many rows on wordpress wp_options table
Posted by: Peter Brawley
Date: June 10, 2020 03:48PM

If you're logging write events, you can probably determine when and how the unwanted content was added.

If it was done via sql injection, you'll neeed to beef up your code ... https://kinsta.com/blog/sql-injection/.

Your best bet for an answer to question 1 is a WordPress forum.

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