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Critical zero-day vulnerabilities have been detected in the WordPress plugins Appointments, Registration Magic-Custom Registration Forms and Flickr Gallery, following an internal investigation by Wordfence. On the severity scale, the vulnerabilities received 9.8 out of 10. The affected plugins allowed hackers to exploit vulnerable websites and deliver a PHP backdoor without authentication to gain full control […]

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What is it about?The website we found, also reported to spread via Facebook, promises to connect the visitor to pop superstar Lady Gaga. This would be nothing special, as Lady Gaga has the most popular micro blogging account, according to Twitaholic. BUT, the website announces to get Lady Gaga to follow YOUR Twitter account and […]

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FRIDAY, MARCH 01, 2024

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The Multi-Model Database:
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