With our daily newsletter service, every day that we have added new WordPress plugin vulnerabilities to our data set we send you an email with the details on them. In addition to the daily email, any time we come across a new vulnerability that is being exploited we will send you an email as soon as we have confirmed the vulnerability.
The emails are sent out approximately 5pm Mountain time each day, seven days a week.
Here is an example of the newsletter and what information is included in it:
If you only need to keep track of the vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins on a few websites then our main service is a much better value as it automatically checks if the websites are using known vulnerable plugins as frequently as every hour and when there is a vulnerable plugin on your website(s) you get an email alert, while costing lot less than this email newsletter costs.
While there are other data sources available, they don’t come close to providing the quality and breadth of data we provide. That is due to us:
- Actually discovering a lot of the vulnerabilities being found in addition to collecting data on vulnerabilities discovered by others, which despite our then publicly disclosing other data sources are often missing.
- Monitoring sources of information that others don’t.
- Monitoring changes made to plugins, so that we can often determine what vulnerabilities have been fixed before the vulnerability has been disclosed by the discoverer (assuming they even ever disclose it).
- Actually confirming and validating each reported vulnerability, so that you are not getting information on false reports and you are not told that vulnerabilities has been fixed when it hasn’t. This is something that at least one other security company thinks is so valuable they lie about having access to such data.
- Providing an estimate of likelihood of exploitation based on years of experience dealing with hacked website, so you understand what vulnerabilities are of the most concern.
The subscription also provides you with:
- Support. Have a question about one of the vulnerabilities disclosed, someone who is familiar with the vulnerability can answer any questions you have.
- Access to our vulnerability details posts, which detail vulnerabilities that that have been disclosed without the details being released.
- The ability to suggest/vote for plugins in the WordPress Plugin Directory to receive a security review from us after the free trial has ended.
- A free security review of a plugin or theme each month after the free trial has ended.
- Access to ability to see the details of issues identified by our Plugin Security Checker and the ability to review custom plugins through that.