On December 17, 2020, our Threat Intelligence team responsibly disclosed three vulnerabilities in Responsive Menu, a WordPress plugin installed on over 100,000 sites. The[…]
On January 20, 2021, our Threat Intelligence team responsibly disclosed four vulnerabilities in Ninja Forms, a WordPress plugin used by over one million sites.[…]
In this article we list out 10 of the best Free WordPress Security Plugins available on the market. For further information or expert help[…]
CSRF Vulnerabilities in NextGen Gallery allowed File Uploads, Stored Cross-Site Scripting, and Remote Code Execution
Wordfence opens the K-12 site audit and site cleaning service for publicly funded state schools worldwide. Machine learning is now a big part of[…]
Ever wonder if a file is safe to open? In this blog post, we will show you how the Elastic Infosec team uses the[…]
Learn about file upload vulnerability types and three ways you can prevent this potential security issue on your WordPress site.
WordPress powers nearly 40% of websites on the internet today and is on the top of the hit-list of hackers. If you own a[…]
User privacy is a major concern, not just for WordPress website owners. This guide helps you make it a priority on your site.
WordPress security is a continuous process. Whether you operate a high-traffic blog or a thriving e-commerce store, the threats to your site are constant.