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When the website of a very popular plug-in used in an amazingly popular Web content management system (CMS) is hacked, this makes for big security news — even if, according to the plug-in’s publisher, there’s nothing to worry about. WordPress is used as the content platform for around 75,000,000 websites. According to some observers, WordPress […]

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The total number of vulnerabilities in Web applications reported by researchers jumped to 17,142 in 2018, climbing more than 21% compared to the previous year and driven in part by the large number of flaws found in Web applications and application programming interfaces. Popular content management system (CMS) WordPress had the most reported vulnerabilities, with […]

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A bug exploitable in WordPress 4.8.2 and earlier creates unexpected and unsafe conditions ripe for a SQL injection attack, exposing sites created on the content management system to take over. WordPress released WordPress 4.8.3 Tuesday, which mitigates the vulnerability. Read More

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