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  • Pirated WordPress Plugins Bundled with Backdoors

    One widespread belief among webmasters is that attackers typically only compromise websites in a couple of ways: by exploiting vulnerabilities or stealing login credentials. Although these are certainly two of the more common attack vectors, another method is often overlooked — but the result is just as hazardous. Whenever an attacker can successfully trick a More Info »

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  • Vulnerabilities Digest: June 2020

    Highlights for June 2020 Cross site scripting is still the most common vulnerability in WordPress Plugins. Bad actors are taking advantage of the lack of restrictions in critical functions and issues surrounding user input data sanitization. Massive local file inclusion (LFI) attempts have been discovered attempting to harvest WordPress and Magento credentials. Attackers continue to More Info »

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  • Dangerous Website Backups

    It’s a well-known fact that website backups are important for mitigating a plethora of site issues. They can help restore a site after a compromise or even facilitate the investigative process by providing a clean code base to compare the current site state to. However, if a backup is not set up correctly, it can More Info »

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