Category Archives: Security

Making the WordPress Universe Safer

Danny Dagan’s post today about an unexpected benefit of VaultPress struck a chord with us. One of the positive side effects of the work we do to scan our customers’ WordPress installations for vulnerabilities is making a number of plugins … Continue reading

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Rest Soundly, 3.0.4 Hotfix Deployed

‘Twas two nights before New Year’s Eve, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. That rustling sound you kept hearing was actually the VaultPress Safekeepers, busily protecting all the WordPress sites under our … Continue reading

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New Hotfix Released for Security Issue

We’ve issued a new hotfix via the VaultPress plugin that closes a recently identified security issue in WordPress. WordPress 3.0.3, released yesterday, fixes issues in the remote publishing interface, which under certain circumstances allowed Author- and Contributor-level users to improperly … Continue reading

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Hotfix Released for Security Issue

We’ve just updated the VaultPress plugin with a hotfix that closes a recently identified security issue in WordPress. The security issue, which has been corrected in the WordPress 3.0.2 release, could have enabled a malicious Author-level user to gain further … Continue reading

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New VaultPress Security Scanning

One of the goals for VaultPress is take as much of the guesswork out of securing your WordPress site as possible. In that spirit, we’ve just enabled a brand new security feature for all of our premium customers, a WordPress … Continue reading

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