06 Oct

SecuPress Blog Used To Push Ridiculous Vulnerability Claims Against Plugin That Competes With WP Media Plugin

When it comes to companies with security products and services we continue to run across new bad things they have come up with to push their products. A couple weeks ago a company made the following claim: Until now, it might have been impossible for a regular user to know how to find a bad plugin, but that’s [Read more]

23 Sep

SecuPress Falsely Claims Unfixed Reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Vulnerability in W3 Total Cache is High Risk

On Monday we introduced a new feature to the service that lets you know how likely is that a WordPress plugin vulnerability is to be exploited. In explaining why we thought the new feature would be useful we wrote in part: Something we often see is that really minor vulnerabilities, ones that have almost no [Read more]