Patchstack Weekly #63: How To Spot Potentially Abandoned Plugins in Your WordPress Site
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Patchstack Weekly #62: The Patchstack State of WordPress Security Report
Patchstack Weekly #61: Should you use WordPress As a Headless CMS?
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Patchstack Weekly #59: Do You Need Virtual Patches?
Patchstack Weekly #58: Do You Need security.txt?
Patchstack Weekly #57: Expanding Your Idea of Security
WPMU DEV’s Defender Pro Now Powered by Patchstack’s Vulnerability Feed
Patchstack Weekly #56: How Can Developers Prove Their Plugins Are Secure?
Patchstack Weekly #55: How To Choose a Secure Web Hosting Provider?
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Patchstack Weekly #53: Security Best Practice – Rotate Your Passwords
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Most Common WordPress Plugin Vulnerabilities & How to Fix Them
Patchstack Weekly #51: How One Vulnerability Affects Many
Patchstack Weekly #50: When Hacks Come Back
Patchstack Weekly #49: Hunting Open-Source Security Bugs with SAST.
Patchstack Weekly #48: Dealing with End of Life and Unsupported Open Source Projects.
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Patchstack Weekly #45: What Is an Open Redirect Bug (and Why It’s Dangerous)?
Patchstack Alliance September Winners & Leaderboard
WordPress 6.0.3 Security Release Summary
Patchstack Weekly #44: Who You Gonna Call When Your Site Goes Down?
Patchstack Weekly #43: OWASP ZAP HUD, Breakpoints, and Lightbulbs.
Patchstack Helps Fix 56,000 WordPress Vulnerabilities for Their Customers
Patchstack Weekly #42: What is the OWASP ZAP HUD?
Patchstack Weekly #41: Introduction to OWASP ZAP
Patchstack Weekly #40: The WordCamp US Roundup
Patchstack Alliance August Winners & Leaderboard
Patchstack Weekly #39: WordPress 6.0.2 Security Release Details
Patchstack Is Partnering With Hostinger to Make WordPress Safer
Patchstack Weekly #38: What is Your Time to Patch?
Patchstack Weekly #37: What Is a CVSS Score?
Patchstack Weekly #36: What Makes a Good Security Bug Patching Practice?
A “New” Bug – PHP Object Injection via Insecure Instantiation
Patchstack Weekly #35: SVG XSS Reported in Gutenberg
Patchstack Weekly #34: Why You Shouldn’t Use Nulled Plugins and Themes
Patchstack Weekly #33: What is Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF)?
Patchstack Weekly #32: Are Millions of WordPress Sites Really Under Attack?
Patchstack Weekly #31: Why You Should Remove Unused Plugins
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Patchstack Weekly #30: What is CSV Injection?
Patchstack Weekly #28: How To Choose Secure Plugins?
Ninja Forms Plugin Object Injection Security Bug Gets Patched
Patchstack Weekly #27: How to Update wp_options Securely.
WordPress Vulnerability News, June 2022
Patchstack Weekly, Week 23: What Makes A Good WordPress Community?
Patchstack Weekly, Week 22: How To Create An Incident Response Plan?
What’s New In WordPress 6.0?
Patchstack Weekly, Week 21: Vulnerability News & Over-Communicating Security
Patchstack Weekly, Week 20: How To Communicate Security?
Winners Of WordPress Bug Hunt 2021
Patchstack Weekly, Week 19: Secure AJAX Endpoints & WordPress Vulnerabilities
Patchstack Weekly, Week 18: PHP Object Injection aka Insecure Deserialize
Why Hosting Companies Should Send Out WordPress Security Alerts?
Patchstack Weekly, Week 17: Egoless Programming And Security Bugs
Patchstack Weekly, Week 16: WordPress Vulnerabilities And Secure Code Review
Critical Vulnerability Fixed In Elementor Plugin Version 3.6.3
Patchstack Weekly, Week 14: Five Steps To A Secure WordPress From Scratch
Patchstack Weekly, Week 13: A New Set Of WP-CLI Security Commands
Patchstack Red Team Is Now Patchstack Alliance
Patchstack Weekly, Week 11: State of WordPress Security 2021
Patchstack Weekly, Week 10: Influx of New Vulnerabilities & Freemius Library
Patchstack Weekly, Week 9: Vulnerability News & Insecure Libraries
Patchstack Partners Up With Plesk
Critical Vulnerability Fixed In Essential Addons for Elementor Plugin
Authenticated Vulnerability in Unpatched WordPress Themes
Patchstack App Tutorial: Writing Custom Firewall Rules
Technical Advisory: WordPress Core 5.8.3 Security Update
New Improved WordPress Login Page Protection
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