Category Archives: General

Vulnerability in WP Super Cache

A couple of important security updates have been released for the popular WP Super Cache plugin. The security updates fixed a vulnerability, reported by Sucuri, that allowed an attacker to introduce malicious code into the plugin’s cache file listing. Many such vulnerabilities are executed … Continue reading

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VaultPress Customer Stories: Attack of the Androids

Mat’s podcasts are a therapy of sorts for him. After starting a couple of other podcasts, he launched the Attack of the Androids to cover all things Android. The focus of the podcast is to discuss Android news, reviews, and awesome Android apps. He turned … Continue reading

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Restore via Carrier Pigeon

Thanks to recent advances in avian logistics, your friends at VaultPress are pleased to offer a brand new automated restore tool. In addition to restoring over FTP and SSH, and restoring to an alternate site, you can now restore your site using … Continue reading

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Blind SQL Injection Vulnerability Found in WordPress SEO Plugin

A blind SQL injection vulnerability has been discovered in the popular WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast. An advisory was issued by the WPScanVulnerability Database after responsibly disclosing the vulnerability to the plugin author: The latest version at the time of writing … Continue reading

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Vulnerability in WP-Slimstat Plugin

A vulnerability has been found by Sucuri in the WP-Slimstat plugin, which affects all versions up to 3.9.5. The vulnerability may allow attackers to inject SQL commands into your database, allowing them to make arbitrary changes. If you use the WP-Slimstat plugin, we … Continue reading

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