20 Nov

CEO of Security Company Alertot Claims the Company Left Websites Running WP GDPR Compliance to Be Hacked

When it comes to the response from the security industry to the exploitation of a vulnerability in the WordPress plugin WP GDPR Compliance things keep getting worse. You would think that telling people to update the plugin after it was already widely exploited instead telling them truth they should be keeping their plugins up to date [Read more]

09 Nov

Wordfence Security and Wordfence Premium Fail To Protect Websites, But Defiant Is Happy to Lie and Tell You Otherwise

Over at our main business we have a steady stream of people contacting us to ask if we offer a service that will stop their websites from being hacked, a not insignificant number of them mention that they are currently using a service that claimed to do that and there website got hacked anyway. That [Read more]

08 Nov

Unlike Wordfence and Other Security Providers We Warned About WP GDPR Compliance Before Websites Started to Get Hacked

When it comes to protecting WordPress websites against vulnerabilities in plugins we provide a level of protection that others don’t for the simple reason that we do the work they don’t (but that they absolutely should be doing). The result can be seen with the plugin WP GDPR Compliance, which had multiple vulnerabilities fixed in version [Read more]

08 Nov

Vulnerability Details: Option Update Vulnerability in WP GDPR Compliance

This Vulnerability Details post about a vulnerability in the plugin WP GDPR Compliance provides the details of a vulnerability we didn’t discover and access to it is limited to customers of our service, unlike the posts on vulnerabilities we have discovered and are freely available.For existing customers, please log in to your account to view [Read more]

07 Nov

Vulnerability Details: PHP Object Injection Vulnerability in WP GDPR Compliance

This Vulnerability Details post about a vulnerability in the plugin WP GDPR Compliance provides the details of a vulnerability we didn’t discover and access to it is limited to customers of our service, unlike the posts on vulnerabilities we have discovered and are freely available.For existing customers, please log in to your account to view [Read more]