WordPress was originally launched as a blogging platform which much later became the complete web solution it is today, for ecommerce stores, blogs, news, and enterprise-level applications. This evolution of WordPress brought many changes to its core and made it more stable and secure than its previous versions. Because WordPress is an […]

Gaping OptinMonster security hole patched Vulnerabilities in OptinMonster, an email marketing plugin for WordPress, left more than a million websites open to exploitation, security researchers at Wordfence warn. Left unaddressed, the flaws make it possible for an unauthenticated attacker to export sensitive information and add malicious JavaScript to vulnerable WordPress sites, among other […]

An information disclosure vulnerability has been patched in Ninja Forms, the form-building plugin for WordPress with more than one million active installations. An authenticated attacker who abuses the flaw could export personal data submitted to websites via forms built with the extension. The plugin’s developer, Saturday Drive, addressed the flaw in version 3.5.8, which […]