On Sep. 19th 2017 WordPress Core and Security Team has released a minor version containing 9 security fixes and 6 maintenance fixes. This is very important to understand that this is a big security release since every version of WordPress since 2.3 has been updated, your website should be updated automatically, if not under 12h, […]
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