Category Archives: Security

WordPress Security Update

An important security update was released today for WordPress. Version 4.1.2 fixes several vulnerabilities that could allow users to compromise your site. WordPress versions 4.1.1 and earlier are vulnerable, and should be updated to the latest version of WordPress as … Continue reading

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iThemes Security: Critical Security Release

iThemes have released an important security fix for their iThemes Security Plugin. This release fixes an XSS issue, which allowed potentially dangerous JavaScript to be executed while viewing the iThemes Security 404 error logs. iThemes have backported the security fix to past versions, … Continue reading

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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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Five Ways to Secure Your WordPress Plugins

Plugins allow us to easily modify, customize, and enhance the already amazing WordPress platform. They also allow us a way to share enhancements with those who aren’t able to write their own code. With this freedom and flexibility, it is … 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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