There has already been a backlash against Google’s Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC), and now WordPress Core may also block it due to viewing it as a cyber security issue.
Earlier this month, administrators running the WordPress Loginizer plug-in were forced to patch it due to an important security update. The update affected approximately 1 million people. Data shows that
As a result of a zero-day vulnerability in the WordPress plugin, File Manager, countless websites have been left wide open to potential cyber-attacks. In fact, there were millions of attacks
Hackers are utilising a cross-site scripting vulnerability to inject a redirect into more than 900,000 WordPress sites. WordFence Threat Intelligence Team, the cyber security experts who discovered the breach, noted
WordPress, the world’s most popular CMS, is getting new cybersecurity features in its upcoming release, version 5.2. In essence, many of these features are what the user base has been
WordPress, the ever-popular CMS, has announced its automatic update function is broken in version 4.9.3. Unless you manually update it to the newest version this time, your website won’t be