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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #21022, comment 128


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12/11/2022 09:05:02 AM (18 months ago)
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  • Ticket #21022, comment 128

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    77> or was WP downgrading ever a thing?
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    9 Only when you have a plugin that isn't yet compatible yet with the newer version of WordPress, but that  should only be a very temporarily situation. That said, for the more serious web admins this will only happen on their development/test/staging site and not (as in: never) on their production site.
     9Only when you have a plugin that isn't compatible yet with the newer version of WordPress, but that  should only be a very temporarily situation. That said, for the more serious web admins this will only happen on their development/test/staging site and not (as in: never) on their production site.
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    1111But in all seriousness. It's plain ridiculous that this particular security topic/ticket (opened at June 20, 2012!!) has still not made it into the core of WordPress. The minimum PHP requirement for WordPress has gone up to PHP 7.4 a while ago already so that can't be the reason (anymore) not to tackle this long long overdue security improvement. Please include it in WordPress 6.2.