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WordPress latest release fixes critical cross-site scripting vulnerability

With the release of WordPress 5.1.1, the developers behind the platform have fixed critical cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability and introduced several fixes and enhancements. The XSS vulnerabilit...

Create more value for your customers with an integrated site builder

Web hosting has always been a competitive industry, but in recent years, due to the explosion of affordable storage, bandwidth and computing power, it’s become tougher than ever. Hosting providers now...

Former employee hacks WPML WordPress plugin site to spam users

A few hours ago, the website of popular WordPress plugin WPML (WordPress Multilingual Plugin) got hacked by an ex-employee who had left a backdoor in the site. After hacking, the attacker sent out a m...

WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg editor are finally here. Check out what’s new!

Finally, the most awaited version of WordPress has been released! The core developers behind content management system (CMS) took enough time to test the platform before releasing it. WordPress 5.0, t...

First release candidate of WordPress 5.0 now available

Following the release of 3rd beta version of WordPress 5.0, the core developers behind the leading content management system (CMS) have announced the availability of first release candidate (RC) for W...

WordPress 5.0 Beta 3 released. What’s new?

Release of WordPress 5.0 is just a couple of weeks away. Before general availability, the core developers behind the content management system are trying best to fix as many issues as possible. Curren...

Plenty of plugins and PHP libraries disabling TLS validation, leaving sensitive data at risk

A massive number of websites today are powered by PHP and content management systems like WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. These sites come with plugins to provide functionalities and improve user experi...

Websites running PHP 5 will be vulnerable to attacks in just a couple of months

78.9% of all the websites are currently using PHP, according to W3Techs. Further, 61.8% of these websites are running PHP version 5. What’s alarming about these stats is that PHP will stop providing s...

Vulnerability in outdated theme and plugin takes WordPress site visitors to unwanted websites

Researchers at Sucuri have discovered a new WordPress redirect campaign that takes the website visitors to sites that they wouldn’t like to visit. The attackers have infected the websites through tagD...

PHP vulnerability in WordPress leaves countless websites open to cyberattacks

Cybersecurity researchers at Secarma Labs have exposed a PHP vulnerability in WordPress installations that can affect millions of websites powered by the content management system (CMS). Sam Thomas, r...

49% top WordPress sites not using latest version, vulnerable to attack: Hashed Out by The SSL Store  

WordPress community releases new versions of WordPress on a regular basis to add new features, fix the bugs, improve security, make the software better and modernize the experience for bloggers, devel...

Bug in new WordPress version removes future auto-update. Users will need to manually update sites

WordPress recently released version 4.9.3, fixing 34 bugs in all 4.9 versions, including fixes for widgets, visual editor, customizer changesets, and PHP 7.2 compatibility. However, WordPress v4.9.3 i...

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