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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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Joomla 3.8 brings more than 300 improvements to the popular content management system (CMS) and patches two vulnerabilities, including one that can be exploited to obtain administrator credentials. Researchers at RIPS Technologies discovered that Joomla versions between 1.5 and 3.7.5 are affected by a potentially serious vulnerability when using Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication. […]

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A critical flaw in the WP Statistics plugin used by more than 300,000 WordPress sites can be exploited by thieves out for your database, researchers showed. Site administrators using an outdated plugin are at risk. While working on WordPress plugin WP Statistics as part of a vulnerability assessment for their firewall offering, Sucuri researchers discovered […]

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