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The 5th of November marks the 2nd year anniversary of 123ContactForm’s WordPress form plugin - CaptainForm - the tool that enables anyone to create, customize and publish any type of forms on their WordPress sites without needing coding skills.Th...
Webmasters should update immediately to prevent website takeovers.
A bug exploitable in WordPress 4.8.2 and earlier creates unexpected and unsafe conditions ripe for a SQL-injection attack.
SQL-injection security hole needs patching ASAP WordPress has a security patch out for a programming blunder that you should apply ASAP.…
Coinhive harnesses the resources of 500 million people with no questions asked.
SSH private keys are being targeted by hackers who have stepped up the scanning of thousands of WordPress website in search of private keys.
The SiteLock Website Security Insider report reveals multiple security trends, including security risks associated with WordPress sites.
Unless of course your site is so dull that a little hacker defacement will cheer it up The plugin gurus at WordFence have this week found three critical security holes in third-party WordPress extensions that are being actively exploited by hackers to take over websites.…
A rogue version of the WordPress plugin called “Display Widgetrdquo; allowed third-parties to injecting spam advertising content into victimsrsquo; sites.
A Wordpress site? Really? Credit reference agency Equifax has been criticised for its breach response in the wake of the disclosure on Thursday of a megahack that affected the data of up to 143 million people in the US alone.…
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