Content management systems (CMS) are one of the most frequent targets of cyberattacks, web application penetration testing specialists say. An example of this is the recent report by security team
Specialists from a pentesting course have just revealed the discovery of multiple vulnerabilities in PHP Fusion, an open source content management system (CMS) written in PHP that has a MySQL
An ethical hacking firm focused on WordPress security has detected a CSV injection vulnerability in Events Manager, one of the most popular plugins among the content management system (CMS) users.
A couple of days ago, a digital forensics researcher reported the discovery of a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability that affects three plugins from the TinyMCE open source text editor. The
When a new security flaw is reported in a software development, it starts a race between vulnerability testing experts in charge of correcting it and cybercriminals who want to exploit
On many occasions users forget to update their websites or blogs based on the most popular content management systems (CMS). In the cybersecurity community, they consider that, the worst thing
A vulnerability testing specialist just revealed a zero-day vulnerability in versions of Joomla, the popular content management system (CMS) launched between September 2012 and December 2015. The vulnerability could reportedly
Drupal beside some things is also an open-source content management system (CMS) just like WordPress and is used by over a million websites across the globe. Drupal seems to be