One of the things that we appear to uniquely do in compiling data on vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins is that is that we fully review and test out vulnerabilities when adding them to our data set. That means that unlike other sources we won’t falsely tell people that an unfixed vulnerability has been fixed. It also means that we don’t include false reports of ...
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