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Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report

WordPress Vulnerability Report #16 – December 2019 & Yearly Rewind

WordPress 5.3 security issues are in the spotlight of the last Vulnerability Report of 2019. While our list of “best-in-class” plugins remained unaffected, we’ve noticed vulnerabilities in two popular plugins with over 160,000 installations combined. Discover why you should update to WordPress 5.3.1 as soon as possible, and the dangers of using the older versions of “301 Redirects – Easy Redirect Manager” and “GDPR Cookie Compliance”.

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Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report

WordPress Vulnerability Report #15 – November 2019

With only two vulnerabilities recorded, November 2019 could be one of the safest months since we launched WordPress Vulnerability Report. However, a security issue within an incredibly popular site management plugin, Jetpack, could affect millions of websites. Learn how to keep your site secure.

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DIsallowed WordPress Plugins

Disadvantages of Using WordPress Plugins

It’s safe to say WordPress owes a lot of its popularity to plugins. Being able to expand the functionality of your website with a single click is extremely convenient and efficient. The features range from simple quality of life improvements to advanced ecommerce solutions. But the convenience comes at a price. Careless usage of WordPress plugins has several disadvantages.

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What is Headless WordPress?

The word ‘headless’ is gaining popularity in the industry. High-performance results and great scalability tempt everyone – however, is it enough to give up on solutions that work? Headless Wordpress is an outstanding tool but comes with great responsibility.

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Adobe Experience Manager vs WordPress: The Business Perspective

WordPress has taken over the internet. Despite that fact, there are many other content management systems that still fight for a gasp of air. There is one that does exceptionally well – Adobe Experience Manager. It has been on the radar of many businesses facing a decision about their next website. How does it compare to WordPress?

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Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report

WordPress Vulnerability Report #13 – September 2019

September marked the release of WordPress Security and Maintenace Release 5.2.3. The update has fixed several vulnerabilities in the core platform, affecting mostly the 5.2.2 build, but in some cases older versions, up to the first WordPress release. Security experts have identified 5 Cross-Site Scripting vulnerabilities and a possible redirect to malicious websites within the core of the platform. The 13th issue of WordPress Vulnerability Report is here to give you a better idea of how these loopholes could affect your website.

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The 4 Crucial SEO Tips for WordPress Blog Editors

Creating content for a business website requires more than just excellent copywriting skills. It’s common for editors to overlook or misuse certain settings, which then negatively impacts your SEO and proves to be costly for the digital marketing team. We have prepared a list of tips that will help your editors avoid the most common mistakes when publishing WordPress blog posts or new pages of your site.

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Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report

WordPress Vulnerability Report #11 – July 2019

July brought several vulnerabilities in 5 of over 100 WordPress plugins we track. This time the attacks can target not only your website but also your visitors directly. Recent versions of 3 plugins, including powerhouses like WooCommerce, are vulnerable to Cross-Site Request Forgery which could execute malicious HTTP requests in your visitors’ browsers. We have also identified vulnerabilities which expose your website and its database to 6 additional attack types.

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