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A month ago we wrote about how the security review of newly submitted plugins to the WordPress Plugin Directory needs improvement. One of the newly introduced plugins that lead to that post was the plugin Wallable. We came across the plugin through our proactive monitoring of changes made to plugins to try to catch serious vulnerabilities. The possible vulnerability that had been identified in the plugin was an arbitrary file upload vulnerability and when we went to look into that we found that not only did that issue exist, but the plugin was fairly insecure in a more general fashion.