Flaws in Two Popular WordPress Plugins Affect Over 7 Million Websites

Researchers have disclosed vulnerabilities in multiple WordPress plugins that, if successfully exploited, could allow an attacker to run arbitrary code and take over a website in certain scenarios. The flaws were uncovered in Elementor, a website builder plugin used on more than seven million sites, and WP Super Cache, a tool used to serve cached pages ofContinue reading “Flaws in Two Popular WordPress Plugins Affect Over 7 Million Websites”

Google bringing Material Design to the web in a significant way with WordPress plugin

Most people primarily experience Material Design in Android apps, while web adoption is mostly limited to Google’s first-party sites. A new Material Design for WordPress plugin, which Google currently calls an experiment, possibly opens up the look to many more pages and blogs. This experimental plugin and theme lets you customize your site’s colors and icons to alignContinue reading “Google bringing Material Design to the web in a significant way with WordPress plugin”

Serious WordPress plugin security flaw puts thousands of sites at risk of attack

Wordfence has discovered three vulnerabilities in the popular WordPress plugin Responsive Menu that could have exposed over 100,000 sites to takeover attacks. Of these vulnerabilities, one is tracked as critical with a CVSS score of 9.9, another is tracked as high with a score of 8.8 and the third vulnerability is tracked as medium with a score ofContinue reading “Serious WordPress plugin security flaw puts thousands of sites at risk of attack”