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Security risks in popular extensible text editors allow hackers to abuse plugins and escalate privileges on targeted systems, according to new research from SafeBreach. Inadequate separation of regular and elevated access modes used in editors and a lack of folder permissions integrity allow attackers to achieve execution of arbitrary code from regular user permissions. A […]

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Over a third of all websites on the Internet are powered by one of these four key open source platforms: WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal and Magento. This makes the life of attackers looking to compromise websites much easier, as they can simply concentrate on exploiting vulnerabilities in one of them, or one of the popular plugins […]

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There is no doubt that WordPress (WP) is popularly used by several worldwide users that includes enterprise sectors and independent bloggers as well. Logically speaking, WordPress websites make up more online blogging and web platform than any other online web publishing tool. It is this fact that makes WordPress the favorite platform for hackers to […]

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