17 Oct

Vulnerability Details: Persistent Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Vulnerability in Front-End Only Users

One of the misconceptions we see out there when it comes to the security of plugins is people believing that because a plugin is created by a company as opposed to an individual or because there is a paid element to it, it will be more secure. That clearly hasn’t been the case with the company¬†Etoile Web Design, which hasn’t fixed multiple vulnerabilities we have ...


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