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Thread began 4/12/2018 9:09 am by Jamie | Last modified 4/12/2018 1:47 pm by Jamie | 40 views | 1 replies

Jamie

Sitelock

Hi Ray

Not sure if you're familiar with Sitelock (https://www.sitelock.com/) but have started testing it on a couple of sites to help clients with the new European GDPR legislation coming in to force in May.

I have installed it on a site which is running on php 5.6 and in the Sitelock dashboard the overall risk score has been set to 'high' with composition structure and software used ( the blue in the attached image) showing as a big factor.

My question is, if you have any idea whether or not running the older php would have any bearing on this type of 'score' and perhaps if using mysql rather than mysqli might also have an effect?

Thanks

Jamie

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