Today I’ve read some article at PostStatus about the Trojan
Horse Emoji and I’m still wondering why the Emoji feature becomes a part of the WordPress core. There are so many important features which could improve WordPress, but we got something no one likes :( … Wait, I disabled Emoji for this website and I’m still seeing this new Frownie image???
Video: Anatomy of a Critical Security Bug
Watch this Youtube video where Andrew Nacin talks about the critical security vulnerability and how it was discovered and patched in WordPress 4.2.
After the update to WP 4.2, the first thing I have noticed was a long JS/CSS snippet inside the HEAD of my website. Something I don’t like for a feature I didn’t asked for. The old smiley replacement function has got some new images and that is enough for me. So I decided to disable Emoji for this and many other websites I manage. Continue reading Disable Emoji for WordPress