02 Jan

What Happened With WordPress Plugin Vulnerabilities in December 2017

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18 Dec

Lack of Due Diligence by the WPScan Vulnerability Database and WPCampus Lead to False Claim That WordPress Plugin Vulnerability Was Fixed

We are big believers in having the full details of vulnerabilities, whether they are in WordPress plugins or other software, be disclosed in most instances. That isn’t because that makes our work of compiling data on ones in WordPress plugins easier, but because we see the positive impact that has, as well as the more often emphasized negative impact. One of the important reasons for doing that is that we often find vulnerabilities that were supposed to have been fixed have only been partially fixed or not fixed at all. With more details it makes it easier for others to check to make sure the vulnerability has been fully fixed.

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