01 Nov

What We Were Up To in October, 2016

Here is what we had been doing to keep our customer’s websites secure from WordPress plugin vulnerabilities during October (and what you have been missing out on if you haven’t signed up yet):

Plugin Vulnerabilities We Discovered and Publicly Disclosed This Month

We don’t just collect data on vulnerabilities others have discovered, we also discover vulnerabilities while monitoring hackers activity, reviewing other vulnerabilities, and by doing additional checking on the security of plugins.

Plugin Vulnerabilities We Helped Get Fixed This Month

Letting you know that you are using a vulnerable version of plugin is useful, but it is much more useful if you can fully protect yourself by simple updating to a new version. So we we work with plugin developers and the Plugin Directory to make sure that vulnerabilities get fixed.

Plugin Vulnerabilities Added This Month That Are In The Current Version of the Plugins

Keeping your plugins up to date isn’t enough to keep you secure as these vulnerabilities in the current versions of plugins show.

Additional Vulnerabilities Added This Month

As usual, there were plenty of other vulnerabilities that were disclosed this month that we added to our data this month:

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