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I recently migrated a wordpress installation from godaddy to linode server running ubuntu, apache.

However there are images on the slider on the home page that are not displaying, when I right click on the image to get the url I notice it is going through admin-ajax.php. I think the problem might be that something to do with security is stopping the cal to admin-ajax.php running and returning the images properly.

Is there anyone that has had experience with this kind of issue in the past?
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Yes, there were some recent patches in this regard. What plugins you have installed? Update them if possible.
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