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  • Backdoor brute-forces Joomla and WordPress sites

    06.09.2013

    A recently discovered backdoor with brute-forcing capabilities that are used against Joomla- and WordPress-managed blogs has shown, once again, the importance of keeping your content management system updated and secured.

  • The security of WordPress plugins

    18.06.2013

    Checkmarx’s research lab identified that more than 20% of the 50 most popular WordPress plugins are vulnerable to common Web attacks, such as SQL Injection.

  • WordPress sites targeted by mass brute-force attack

    15.04.2013

    US-CERT has issued an alert regarding the ongoing massive brute-force attacks against WordPress sites, warning users and administrators to keep their installation always updated and to change the username and password for their WordPress accounts - especially if they kept the default "admin" username and use an easy-to-guess, commonly-used password.

  • WordPress.com adds 2-factor authentication option

    08.04.2013

    WordPress users can finally secure their account(s) with two step authentication.

  • WordPress 3.5.1 fixes 37 bugs

    28.01.2013

    WordPress 3.5.1, now available for download, is a maintenance and security release for all previous versions that fixes 37 bugs.




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