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Cybersecurity researchers have helped patch a security flaw in a popular WordPress plugin, which made it possible for an attacker to inject rogue JavaScript scripts into the plugin’s settings. Discovered by WordPress security experts at Wordfence, the vulnerability exists in the Variation Swatches for WooCommerce plugin, an extension for the popular WooCommerce plugin that enables […]

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Coa, a popular library found on npm, a manager for the JavaScript programming language, has been hijacked and used to spread malicious code, reports have claimed. According to Bleeping Computer, the attack on coa – short for Command-Option-Argument, impacted countless React pipelines around the world. React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. Coa […]

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Researchers have disclosed a series of vulnerabilities that could have exposed thousands of WordPress websites to takeover attacks. According to a blog post from security firm Wordfence, the bugs were present in Brizy – Page Builder, a WordPress plugin installed across more than 90,000 sites. Although a fix has now been released, it’s likely a […]

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