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Over one million WordPress sites receive forced update to security plugin after severe vulnerability discovered

Over one million WordPress sites receive forced update to security plugin after severe vulnerability discovered

Loginizer, a popular plugin for protecting WordPress blogs from brute force attacks, has been found to contain its own severe vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers. The flaw, discovered by vulnerability ...
1.3 Million WordPress Websites Targeted by Attackers Looking for Old Vulnerabilities

1.3 Million WordPress Websites Targeted by Attackers Looking for Old Vulnerabilities

A vast campaign targeting WordPress-based websites was identified by the Wordfence Firewall as it targeted 1.3 million pages, trying to leverage known plugins and theme vulnerabilities. WordPress is just one of the ...

Thunderbolt Flaws, WordPress Plugin Vulnerabilities, Patriot Act Vote

In episode 121 for May 18th 2020: A new Thunderbolt flaw could let hackers steal your data in under five minutes, new vulnerabilities in a popular WordPress plugin, and details on why ...

New Sonatype Scan Gradle Plugin

Sonatype has an ongoing commitment to the Open Source community to keep software developers aware of the components in their applications (Bill of Materials/BOM) and any known vulnerabilities they may contain. We ...
WordPress sites hacked through defunct Rich Reviews plugin

WordPress sites hacked through defunct Rich Reviews plugin

An estimated 16,000 websites are believed to be running a vulnerable and no-longer-maintained WordPress plugin that can be exploited to display pop-up ads and redirect visitors to webpages containing porn, scams, and–worst ...