Another popular Yoast Wordpress plugin has been found sporting a critical vulnerability that can be exploited by attackers to take over control of the site.
Since 2006, when the earliest exploit kit (WebAttacker) was made available in the crimeware market, these hack toolkits have become one of the preferred ways for cybercrooks to deliver malware to unsuspecting users.
Attackers wielding the infamous Angler exploit kit are increasingly using hijacked registrant accounts to create huge amounts of subdomains for both redirecting victims and the destination pages hosting the exploit kit.
All Internet users have, at least once in their lives, seen the following "Account Suspended" page: That's because it's part and parcel of cPanel, one of the most used web hosting control panels in the world.
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