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
WordPress is probably the most popular content management system (CMS) today, so it’s no wonder it’s also the subject of multiple cybersecurity threats. According to cybersecurity experts, the most serious
Vulnerability testing specialists have reported the presence of an unpatched zero-day vulnerability in the software of phpMyAdmin, one of the world’s most widely used MySQL and MariaDB database management applications.
A few weeks ago an IT security audit team reported a malicious campaign that, using online ads, distributed code to redirect and to display pop-ups exploiting a set of vulnerabilities
Experts in vulnerability testing discovered a critical flaw in Ad Inserter, a plugin for advertising management on WordPress sites. If exploited, this flaw would allow any low-privileged user to execute
Cybersecurity specialists recommend e-commerce WordPress websites using the WooCommerce plugin to remain alert due to the presence of a critical vulnerability that, if exploited, could allow hackers to take control
Cyber forensics course specialists report an active campaign to exploit two critical vulnerabilities in Social Warfare, one of the most used social media plugins, to take control over WordPress websites
Researchers specializing in enterprise data protection services claim to have discovered a new spam comments campaign taking advantage of the FIFA World Cup popularity to deceive people to click on links that