A new security risk for website administrators in WordPress has been reported. Pentesting course experts mention that users of the Newsletter plugin could be exposed to exploiting a vulnerability that
Specialists in the hacking course of cybersecurity firm Wordfence recently reported a critical zero-day vulnerability in Elementor Pro, a popular WordPress plugin installed on around 1 million websites. According to
Page Builder, a WordPress plugin developed by SiteOrigin, is affected by some security vulnerabilities that, according to experts in a cyber security course, expose affected websites to code execution attack.
A couple of weeks ago, information security awareness specialists from Wordfence detected a vulnerability in Real-Time Find and Replace, a popular WordPress plugin active on more than 100,000 sites operated
Reports of vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins have become a daily thing and while most of these flaws are detected in time, this is not the only key factor in preventing
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
Reports on the presence of serious vulnerabilities affecting some WordPress plugins, the most popular of content management systems (CMS) have appeared again. Apparently these flaws are really easy to exploit,
Again, new reports of security flaws that could affect the millions of WordPress users, the most popular content management system (CMS), have appeared. According to web application security specialists, the