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Last week we had requests from the IP address 18.104.22.168 to our website that looked like they might be a hacker probing for usage of the plugins SendinBlue Subscribe Form And WP SMTP and Table Maker. After seeing that, we checked over the plugins to try find if there was a vulnerability in them that a hacker would be interested in.