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WordPress REST API Bug Could Be Used in Stored XSS Attacks

The recently patched REST API Endpoint vulnerability in WordPress could be leveraged to pull off stored cross-site scripting attacks.

WordPress 4.7.3 Patches Half-Dozen Vulnerabilities

WordPress released version 4.7.3 which patches six vulnerabilities including one that could be chained with the REST API Endpoint vulnerability.

WordPress fixes XSS, CSRF flaws in latest core update

It’s been a bad few weeks to be a WordPress administrator, with a number of security updates to the core content management system and...

WordPress 4.7.3 Updates for Six Security Issues

The open-source WordPress blogging and content management system fixes six vulnerabilities, including three Cross Site Scripting flaws.

VU#608591: PHP FormMail Generator generates code vulnerable to multiple issues

Vulnerability Note VU#608591 PHP FormMail Generator generates code vulnerable to multiple issues Original Release date: 07 Mar 2017 | Last revised: 07 Mar 2017

WordPress 4.7.3 Fixes Cross Site Scripting Vulnerabilities

The third security update in 2017 for the open-source WordPress blogging and content management system fixes six vulnerabilities.

Put down the coffee, stop slacking your app chaps or whatever...

Attention web scribes: Six nasty flaws found in publishing tool Internet scribblers who use WordPress must update their installation of the publishing tool following...

WP Engine Announces PHP 7 Availability For All Customers

Promise Of Incredible Speed And Performance Benefits To 60,000 Customers WorldwideLondon, UK — March 6, 2017 — WP Engine, the world’s leading WordPress digital...

WordPress photo plugin opens ‘a million sites’ to SQLi database feasting

Using NextGEN Gallery? Update or kill it with fire A critical flaw has been found in the third-party WordPress NextGEN Gallery plugin that is,...

Million-Plus WordPress Sites Exposed by Vulnerable Plugin

The popular NextGEN Gallery WordPress plugin was recently patched to address a “severe” SQL injection vulnerability that put website databases at risk.

Researchers find “severe” flaw in WordPress plugin with 1 million installs

More than 1 million websites running the WordPress content management system may be vulnerable to hacks that allow visitors to snatch password data and...