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Researchers at WordFence, a company that provides cybersecurity services for WordPress users, has warned of two security problems in a popular WordPress plugin called Rank Math. That’s “math” as in “calculations relating to” and “rank” as in “search engine rating”, not “rank math” as in a real stinker of a calculus problem. The creators of...
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Google has issued an update for its widespread Chrome browser to fix three security holes. Unfortunately, one of those holes is what’s known as a zero-day: a bug that was already being exploited by cyerbcrooks before Google tracked it down and fixed it. Sadly, that’s about all we know about the issue so far. Google,...
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Does WhatsApp have a lot of vulnerabilities or are there simply a lot of people looking for them? Ask PerimeterX researcher Gal Weizman, who last year set about poking the world’s most popular messaging platform to see whether he could turn up any new weaknesses. Sure enough, this week we learned that he uncovered a...
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Apple has just announced its latest round of security updates. As usual, Apple’s fixes arrived unheralded, given the company’s insistence that security fixes are best handled simply by publishing them when they’re ready, rather than following any sort of formal schedule. Not everyone agrees – Microsoft has followed its Patch Tuesday process for many years...
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Researchers have discovered password bypass vulnerabilities affecting two WordPress plugins from a publisher called Revmakx. The first vulnerable plugin is RevMakx’s InfiniteWP Client, a tool that allows admins to manage multiple WordPress sites from the same interface. The second is WP Time Capsule, a site backup and staging tool. The urgency is the number of...
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As the world’s second-largest software company, Oracle has become an organisation built on big numbers. This includes the number of security patches it issues – which with the January 2020 update reached a joint record of 334, matching an identical number released in July 2018. Unlike rivals such as Microsoft, Oracle only releases security patches...
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Just two days after releasing Firefox 72, Mozilla has issued an update to patch a critical zero-day flaw. According to an advisory on Mozilla’s website, the issue identified as CVE-2019-17026 is a type confusion bug affecting Firefox’s IonMonkey JavaScript Just-in-Time (JIT) compiler. Simply put, a JIT compiler takes JavaScript source code, as you’ll find in most...
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