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Irony meters explode as WordPress GDPR tool hacked, cell network hack shenanigans, crypto-backdoors, etc…

Roundup This week we had broken promises in China, broken keys in Steam, and broken ..err, everything in Apache Struts. Here’s some other stuff kicking off in infosec beside everything else we’ve reported since this time last Saturday. A Google researcher … (Source 11/11/2018 12:41 AM)

WooCommerce Plugin file deletion vulnerability exposes WordPress ‘failing open’ design flaw

WordPress is the most popular content management systems, and WooCommerce one of the biggest names in e-commerce plugins for the platform with more than 4 million users. Which is why, when a security researcher finds a vulnerability in either, it’s kind of … (Source 11/8/2018 10:45 AM)

Monitoring Errors in WordPress

Deploying code to production can be filled with uncertainty. Reduce the risks, and deploy earlier and more often. Download this free guide to learn more. Brought to you in partnership with Rollbar. (Source 11/8/2018 6:00 PM)

Zero-day in popular WordPress plugin exploited in the wild to take over sites

Hackers have exploited –and are currently continuing to exploit– a now-patched zero-day vulnerability in a popular WordPress plugin to install backdoors and take over sites. The vulnerability affects WP GDPR Compliance, a WordPress plugin that helps site … (Source 11/9/2018 3:57 PM)

Update now! WordPress sites vulnerable to WooCommerce plugin flaw

Researchers have published details of a dangerous flaw in the way the hugely popular WooCommerce plugin interacts with WordPress that could allow an attacker with access to a single account to … (Source 11/9/2018 6:27 AM)

Gutenberg Is Invading Your WordPress Website. Wait… Who?

What Is Gutenberg and What Does It Mean for WordPress? What does a 14 th century German craftsman and inventor of the movable type “block” printing press have to do with your WordPress website? He is the namesake of the new editor. The Gutenberg … (Source 11/9/2018 11:48 AM)