Well - it is crazy When I add this module, it serves up an empty page.I managed a site which is in a sensitive position and we have strengthed the security these days. format=feed&type=rss“ “Simple Pie/1.4-beta (Feed Parser; Allow like Gecko) Build/20160411220540” I thin this comes from a non-malicious request from the PHP RSS feed Simple Pie: that the url (or something in the agent string) is making the MUA Shield to think this is a malicious attack. I was advised that no theme should be modifying the core files and that these files may be the result of the alleged malware infection.
Simple Pie provides many classes and methods to extract the information from any given section of an RSS feed.With the above beginning, Let’s add the following: do exactly what they say; they return the title and the description of the entire feed.You can get the feed author (in some instances, but not with the NY Times feed), feed contributors, feed link(s), copyright, and of course items with similar methods.Played with it a bit more, and didn't have the error again as long as NO other RSS feed modules were enabled. So it looks like g Calendar by Allon Moritz is conflicting with your Simple RSS reader.Any page where they both try to pull in data will result in errors.