This exploit would allow an unauthenticated attacker (so they don’t need to login to exploit the site) to change the content of any post or page on a victim’s site. There are some pretty heavy security implications there as that would inevitably allow the attacker to infect the users of these WordPress sites.
WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) on the internet. As it supports some 74 million websites across the web, it has undoubtedly become a major target for hackers. There are a few ways to protect your WordPress website from unwanted intruders but what about the security issues you have no idea existed? Enter XML-RPC.
A new zero-day exploit for the WordPress platform has officially been announced. Security researcher Juoko Pynnonen discovered a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability that affects WordPress versions 4.2 and below.
It seems like every time you turn around another major company has been hacked. Millions of dollars lost, the attackers have…
Small Businesses in the U.S. usually don’t have the time or resources to secure their sites. This financial and experiential gap is a prime target for attackers. There is good news, however, as there are steps you can take to secure your WordPress website.