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As if on queue, almost 7 days since we released the post about the latest W3TC and WP Super Cache remote command execution vulnerability, we have started to see attacks spring up across our network. In our post you might remember this:<!-mfunc echo PHP_VERSION; -><!-/mfunc->In this example we explained how it was a very simple […]

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Yesterday the WordPress team gifted writers with the release of version 3.2 of the open source blogging platform. While their focus was rightly on all of the cool new features and enhancements their community will enjoy, I naturally wanted to focus on the changes that may have an impact on security. The biggest announcement was […]

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WordPress 3.2 is going to be released very soon and one of the biggest changes is that they will drop support for PHP4 and all versions of PHP5 bellow 5.2.4. has provided some informative posts about their reasons for dropping support for these PHP versions. But how will that affect their user base? And […]

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