October 13, 2019 NinjaScanner v2.0.2 Fixed a bug where NinjaScanner original menu was not removed from the dashboard left frame after integrating it with NinjaFirewall v4.0+.…
The WordPress CformsII plugin (10,000+ active installations) was prone to an HTML injection vulnerability that could be used to target the administrator.
A unauthenticated options import vulnerability combined with a stored XSS vulnerability can lead to remote code execution in the WordPress “Woody Ad Snippets” plugin (90,000+ active installations), allowing hackers to compromise the website and its database.
The WordPress ND Shortcodes For Visual Composer plugin (10,000+ active installations), was prone to a critical privilege escalation vulnerability.
The WordPress Pirate Forms plugin (200,000+ active installations) was prone to an HTML injection vulnerability that could be used to target the administrator.
The WordPress Coming Soon Page and Maintenance Mode (7,000+ active installations), was prone to unauthenticated stored XSS and settings reset vulnerabilities in version 1.7.8 and below.
The WordPress Ocean Extra plugin, which has over 400,000 active installations, was prone to settings change and CSS injection vulnerabilities in version 1.5.8 and below.
In this article we will see how to provide a very high level of protection to a WordPress blog with a web application firewall.