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WordPress 4.3.1 Secruity Update Against Critical Vulnerabilities : Ready To Serve and Protect

As the Internet continues to evolve, those that have content management systems are in constant need of protection. WordPress recently released the 4.3.1 Security Update for it's platform in order to offer comfort to those who value their blogs. While this update addresses three major issues related to vulnerabilities, it also fixes a variety of bugs found in the 4.3 version of thepopular CMS.

Critical Vulnerability Uncovered in Drupal. Upgrade Immediately

Open source content management system (CMS) service Drupal announced critical vulnerabilities in Drupal 6 and 7 and released patch.

More than thousands of websites are at risk of compromising important user information and administrative control of the website unless upgraded.

Drupal Patch Released for Severe SQL Injection Flaw

Late last year, Drupal had announced a highly critical security advisory to update Drupal7 sites after automated attacks began compromising the sites. Last week researchers from Trustwave analyzed that websites are still being attacked after nearly six months and in some cases successfully exploited unless updated.

Actively exploited Shoplift bug in Magento could compromise personal and credit card data on a very large scale.

The ebay owned web ecommerce platform Magento has recently discovered a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability or “shoplift bug” in its core code that can lead to complete compromise of any Magento-based store.