One of the strangest experiences we have had with trying to get a vulnerability fixed involved the plugin WP Fastest Cache. After we had dug into the details that Wordfence failed to include when they disclosed a couple of vulnerabilities in that plugin, we noticed they had missed part of the vulnerabilities (which would be a good reason for them to fully disclose ...
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