Since days, WordPress has a password reset feature allowing any user to ask for a new password. This feature contains a vulnerability which might allow an attacker to get the password reset link without even being authenticated. This kind of attack could lead to an unauthorized access on the victim’s WordPress account.
WordPress Security Checklist Every day it seems like the list of vulnerabilities found in themes and plugins keeps getting longer. It’s so pervasive that Google now sends out notices to hacked website owners. The search engine take things one step further, reminding you to upgrade your version of WordPress to help reduce the number of […]
Many services are now offering two-factor authentication as an added security measure. Two-factor authentication requires a code from an external app, or an SMS to be entered as well as your regular password.
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