As soon as WordPress launch a new version they publish a changelog on their website where you can find what has been changed, including all security vulnerabilities that have been patched. Disabling the WordPress auto-update feature can open up your website to attackers that first check the changelog and then look for sites that haven’t been updated.
WordPress is amazing, we can’t argue with that. It’s efficient, powerful, and functional. However, given that it is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) in use, it is also the most vulnerable CMS platform out there. To learn more about WordPress vulnerabilities and ways to improve the security of your site, take a look at this list of our WordPress articles and updates.
A clean WordPress installation is not much fun, but plugins and themes can have security issues that should not be ignored. In this blog post, we explain what is good to take into consideration when installing a plugin or theme, and give tips on some useful WordPress security plugins that can make your WordPress experience safer.
If you work with content on a daily basis, chances are you have simplified your workflow by using a dedicated CMS (content management system) to help you create, manage, and edit content. Many CMS solutions are easy to customise and adapt to your needs, but it is important to bear in mind that this also opens your site to security risks. Be it WordPress, Joomla, or Drupal, security concerns need to be taken into account when working with CMS. On this page, you can find articles and news updated related to CMS security and vulnerabilities.