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Supply Chain Attack on WordPress.org Plugins Leads to 5 Maliciously Compromised WordPress Plugins

By Chloe Chamberland / June 24, 2024

On Monday June 24th, 2024 the Wordfence Threat Intelligence team became aware of a plugin, Social Warfare, that was injected with malicious code on June 22, 2024 based on a forum post by the WordPress.org Plugin Review team. We immediately checked the malicious file and uploaded it to our internal Threat Intelligence platform, which identified […]

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How To Take A phpMyAdmin Backup Database

By Shreya Nair / June 23, 2024

A website owner’s worst nightmare is losing everything you’ve spent time and effort building. Your WordPress site contains a wealth of valuable data—from posts and pages to comments and plugin settings. Losing this data due to server failures, cyber-attacks, or accidental deletions can be catastrophic, leaving you scrambling to recover what might be irretrievably lost. […]

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What are Social Engineering Attacks and How to Prevent Them?

By Anurag Changmai / June 23, 2024

The weakest link in your website’s security is… you! And other users as well, but mainly you. Don’t believe us? Here’s a compelling stat: a staggering 74% of all data breaches involve a human element. And these breaches often take place through social engineering tactics. Have you ever received an email that seemed urgent, but […]

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MalCare Defends Against Login/Signup Popup Privilege Escalation Vulnerability

By Anurag Changmai / June 20, 2024

Imagine realizing that your once-secure office building, with restricted access to only trusted personnel, is now accessible to unauthorized individuals who have the same executive privileges as you! Now, imagine that office building to be your WordPress site… Scary, right? This alarming scenario recently became a reality for websites that use the Login/Signup Popup plugin, […]

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Wordfence Intelligence Weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report (June 10, 2024 to June 16, 2024)

By Chloe Chamberland / June 20, 2024

Did you know Wordfence runs a Bug Bounty Program for all WordPress plugin and themes at no cost to vendors? Researchers can earn up to $10,400, for all in-scope vulnerabilities submitted to our Bug Bounty Program! Find a vulnerability, submit the details directly to us, and we handle all the rest. For a limited time, […]

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Wordfence Intelligence Weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report (June 3, 2024 to June 9, 2024)

By Chloe Chamberland / June 13, 2024

Did you know Wordfence runs a Bug Bounty Program for all WordPress plugin and themes at no cost to vendors? Researchers can earn up to $10,400, for all in-scope vulnerabilities submitted to our Bug Bounty Program! Find a vulnerability, submit the details directly to us, and we handle all the rest. For a limited time, […]

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Introducing the 0-day Threat Hunt Bug Bounty Promo Through July 11th, 2024!

By Chloe Chamberland / June 12, 2024

At Wordfence our mission is to Secure The Web. WordPress powers over 40% of the Web, and Wordfence secures over 5 million WordPress websites. That’s why we’ve decided to run another exciting and new promotion for our Bug Bounty Program. With this promotion, our goal is to get more of the highest risk vulnerabilities disclosed […]

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What are the Different Types of Website Logs?

By Anurag Changmai / June 7, 2024

Imagine driving a car without knowing your speed, engine temperature, or fuel levels. Sounds terrifying, right? Well, managing a website without understanding website logs is a bit like that. You might have a beautifully designed site with fantastic content, but without website logs, you’re driving blind. You won’t know who’s visiting, what errors are popping […]

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What is Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) and How to Prevent It?

By Anurag Changmai / June 7, 2024

Websites can sometimes act strangely, showing unexpected pop-ups or exposing personal information. This isn’t just a glitch—it’s often due to a sneaky trick called Cross-Site Scripting (XSS). You might be curious about what XSS is and how it can cause such problems. This issue is more common than you might think and can strike any […]

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