Blog Posts Tagged with "Wordpress"
March 02, 2017 Added by:Logan Kipp
By following WordPress database security best practices, you become a better WordPress admin and a more effective guardian of the data in your website.
March 01, 2017 Added by:Logan Kipp
Part One of #AskSecPro is an introduction to some of the infrastructure behind WordPress.
April 03, 2016 Added by:Ionut Arghire
March 13, 2015 Added by:Nimrod Luria
Eliminating defacement attacks on a WordPress site is extremely difficult because of the vulnerable nature of the platform. Administrators should continuously check for the appearance of unknown files and directories and monitor them for changes.
June 16, 2011 Added by:Ryan Dewhurst
WPScan is a black box WordPress Security Scanner written in Ruby which attempts to find known security weaknesses in WordPress installations. Its intended use is for security professionals or WordPress administrators, and the code base is Open Source and licensed under GPLv3...
June 05, 2011 Added by:Ryan Dewhurst
According to OSVDB 55713 this vulnerability was reported to WordPress by Core Security Technologies in June 2009. At the time of writing, the latest version of WordPress is 3.1.3 and is still vulnerable to this vulnerability. Here is how to patch the vulnerability yourself...
May 19, 2011 Added by:Headlines
"The depths they went indicates that this hack wasn't arbitrary... It seems likely to me that Sony got attacked through its web services first, such as the blog, and it opened up the doors to the rest of Sony's servers..."
April 14, 2011 Added by:Headlines
"Automattic had a low-level (root) break-in to several of our servers, and potentially anything on those servers could have been revealed... We presume our source code was exposed and copied. While much of our code is Open Source, there are sensitive bits of our and our partners’ code..."
March 10, 2011 Added by:Headlines
"You can never judge the origin of attackers from the computer's IP address. A professional hacker can launch cyber attacks from everywhere and disguise himself to be any country's citizens," an anonymous Chinese hacker told the Global Times...
March 07, 2011 Added by:Headlines
“Right now there are huge asymmetric risks on the internet because any bad actor, for a few tens of thousands of dollars, has the online equivalent of a dirty nuke and can bring even the largest sites to their knees and silence millions of voices..."
May 12, 2010 Added by:Jason Remillard
As reported yesterday, and now reinforced by our friends at wpsecuritylock.com, the godaddy malware infections continue to grow, and now seems to be spreading across different hosters and now targeted applications.
March 18, 2010 Added by:Jason Remillard
A description of the automated wordpress security plugin by SSM. If you're running WP, check it out!
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