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posted on: Jan 16, 2017 | author: Kayhynn

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Wordfence Reports XSS Vulnerability in Wordfence 6.1.6. Severity: 6.1

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posted on: May 11, 2016 | author: Kayhynn

A little late posting this, however information is still pertinent and came from an email sent to all Wordfence users. If you don’t get their...

Homeland Security Talks About WordPress Vulnerabilities

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posted on: May 10, 2016 | author: Kayhynn

When the U.S. Department of Homeland Security sends a message via their National Cyber Awareness System about a vulnerability in WordPress,...

Wordfence Reports Vulnerability in Yoast SEO 3.2.4

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posted on: May 6, 2016 | author: Kayhynn

From the email blast sent earlier today: One of our researchers discovered a a sensitive information disclosure vulnerability in Yoast SEO 3.2.4. We...

WordPress 4.5.2 Security Release

WordPress 4.5.2 Security Release

posted on: May 6, 2016 | author: Kayhynn

WordPress.org recently released a security update for all WordPress websites. If you don’t have automatic updates turned on, you will need to...

Wordfence on Ninja Forms Shell Upload Vulnerability – Very High Risk

Wordfence on Ninja Forms Shell Upload Vulnera...

posted on: May 5, 2016 | author: Kayhynn

Wordfence sent out this email to anyone who is a subscriber to their newsletter: Unfortunately a severe vulnerability in Ninja Forms has emerged...

Wordfence reports Freshdesk vulnerability

Wordfence reports Freshdesk vulnerability

posted on: May 3, 2016 | author: Kayhynn

Another email came out today from Wordfence, this time regarding a piece of software they use which they determined had a vulnerability. Below is...

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