25 Sep

Full Disclosure of Vulnerability in WordPress Plugin with 700,000+ Active Installations

Earlier today we announced we are changing how we handle the disclosure of vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins. Until the inappropriate behavior by the moderators of the WordPress Support Forum ends we are going to be doing full disclosure, that is just disclosing the vulnerabilities, and after that only notifying the developer of the plugin through the Support Forum. We hope that this will be the thing that finally causes the current moderators and or other people in charge of WordPress to understand that they need to clean up the moderation, because it is causing many more problems than these full disclosures will.

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01 Dec

What Happened With WordPress Plugin Vulnerabilities in November 2017

If you want the best information and therefore best protection against vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins we provide you that through our service.

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09 Nov

Vulnerability Details: Shortcode Execution Vulnerability in Formidable Forms

From time to time a vulnerability is fixed in a plugin without the discoverer putting out a report on the vulnerability and we will put out a post detailing the vulnerability so that we can provide our customers with more complete information on the vulnerability.

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01 Aug

What Happened With WordPress Plugin Vulnerabilities in July 2017

If you want the best information and therefore best protection against vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins we provide you that through our service.

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10 Jul

Vulnerability Details: Authenticated Arbitrary File Viewing Vulnerability in Shortcodes Ultimate

This post provides the details of a vulnerability in the WordPress plugin Shortcodes Ultimate not discovered by us, where the discoverer hadn’t provided the details needed for us to confirm the vulnerability while we were adding it to the data set for our service, so its contents are limited to subscribers of our service. If you are not currently a subscriber, you can try out the service for free and then you can view the contents of the post. There are a lot of other reason that you will want to sign up beyond access to posts like this one, including that you would have already been warned about this vulnerability if your website was vulnerable due to it.

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