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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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A recently discovered wave of malware attacks has been spotted using a variety of tactics to enslave susceptible machines with easy-to-guess administrative credentials to co-opt them into a network with the goal of illegally mining cryptocurrency. “The malware’s primary tactic is to spread by taking advantage of vulnerable systems and weak administrative credentials. Once they’ve […]

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Users have been informed that the latest update includes three security fixes, including for a data exposure flaw related to the REST API, and a cross-site scripting (XSS) issue in the block editor. WordPress 5.8.1 also updates Lodash, a JavaScript library that provides utility functions for common programming tasks, to address security issues. These vulnerabilities […]

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