One of the ways that we collect the data to provide our customers with the best information on vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins is by monitoring for mentions that new versions of plugins include security fixes and figuring out if any vulnerabilities have been fixed in the new version. We have found that in many cases that the discover of vulnerabilities do not put out a report on...
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