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As it seems one of the most popular WordPress plugins called Duplicator after being used for a site migration or duplication it leaves WordPress sites open to remote code execution attacks(RCE). We've received a dozen requests to clean WordPress hacked websites which contained malware generated from the Duplicator RCE exploit. Fortunately, this vulnerability is being exploited on an older version of Duplicator(installer version must be older than v1.2.42) so if you're using the latest version to migrate or duplicate your WP sites you won't experience any issues. How to check if your WordPress Duplicator plugin is vulnerable The tricky part … [Read more...] about WordPress Duplicator Plugin Exploit
WordPress is known to be the most popular Content Management System (CMS) in the world, which also makes it a popular target for hackers as well. While most of the WordPress hacking cases seem like random attacks, but in reality, every website has something to offer them. The correct idea of the result also relies upon the intentions of the hackers. How popular is WordPress exactly? WordPress is a free CMS, based on PHP and MySQL. It’s used by more than 60 million websites, which include 30.6% of the top 10 million websites as of this year. WordPress has achieved its enormous popularity by being free for everyone. Anyone with a basic … [Read more...] about Why hackers prefer to target WordPress sites?
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