An easily exploitable SQL injection vulnerability was discovered in the Loginizer plugin installed on over one million WordPress sites, causing the WordPress team to force an update to sites using the vulnerable version. The Justice Department is filing antitrust suit against Google for allegedly monopolizing search and search advertising markets. Google Chrome gets an update ..
On September 9, 2020, our Threat Intelligence team discovered a vulnerability in Child Theme Creator by Orbisius, a WordPress plugin installed on over 30,000 sites. This flaw gave attackers the ability to forge requests on behalf of an administrator in order to modify arbitrary theme files and create new PHP files, which could allow an …Read More
A vulnerability discovered by the Wordfence Threat Intelligence team in the WPBakery plugin exposes over 4 million sites. High severity vulnerabilities were discovered in the Post Grid and Team Showcase plugins. The online avatar service Gravatar, has been exposed to a user enumeration technique, which could be abused to collect data on its users’ profiles, …Read More
On August 13, 2020, the Wordfence Threat Intelligence team finished investigating two vulnerabilities in Advanced Access Manager, a WordPress plugin with over 100,000 installations, including a high-severity Authorization Bypass vulnerability that could lead to privilege escalation and site takeover. We reached out to the plugin’s author the next day, on August 14, 2020, and received …Read More
NextScripts: Social Networks Auto-Poster is a plugin that automatically publishes posts from your blog to your Social Media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Blogger, Tumblr, Flickr, LinkedIn, Instagram, Telegram, YouTube, WordPress, etc.
During a routine research audit for our Sucuri Firewall, we discovered a post deletion, arbitrary posting in social networks, and arbitrary plugin settings update affecting over 100,000 users of the WordPress plugin.
Yesterday, the WordPress plugin File Manager was updated, fixing a critical vulnerability allowing any website visitor to gain complete access to the website.
Users of our WAF were never vulnerable to this exploit. The Sucuri firewall blocks malicious payloads by default using our generic exploitation rules.
On July 23, 2020, our Threat Intelligence team discovered a vulnerability present in two themes by Elegant Themes, Divi and Extra, as well as Divi Builder, a WordPress plugin. Combined, these products are installed on an estimated 700,000 sites. This flaw gave authenticated attackers, with contributor-level or above capabilities, the ability to upload arbitrary files, …Read More
On June 19th, our Threat Intelligence team discovered a vulnerability present in Comments – wpDiscuz, a WordPress plugin installed on over 80,000 sites. This flaw gave unauthenticated attackers the ability to upload arbitrary files, including PHP files, and achieve remote code execution on a vulnerable site’s server. We initially reached out to the plugin’s developer …Read More