One of WordPress’ strengths is the number of plugins that are available, but that also leads to additional security issues since you have a lot or reinventing the wheel, where a new plugin is created that does something already done with existing plugins. What we have found is that can lead to security issues that already were fixed in older plugins coming back again with ...
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