Admin Notices Manager – announcing the new plugin
The WordPress Admin Area can be packed with lots of popups, reminders, and advertisements. Even though some of these notices might not be that useful, there are many other admin notices that are helpful and need your attention. It’s easy to imagine that all WordPress users enjoy the same clean, well-organized Admin experience. We all want a world where the Admin Area is freely available for all users.
Collective WordPress Plugins Security Advisory Addresses XSS Vulnerability
A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been discovered in a number of WordPress plugins and today all of them have released updates to address this issue. Read this article for more details.
WordPress WordCamp Europe | October 2013
WP White Security will be at the first large-scale European WordPress WordCamp, which will be held between the 5th and the 7th of October 2013, in Leiden, Holland. If you will be at the WordCamp, or around Leiden, come and speak to us.
State of Security of WordPress Plugins
A source code analysis of several WordPress plugins shows that more than 20% of the 50 most popular WordPress plugins are vulnerable to common web attacks. In this blog post we present you with the facts and statistics of this one of a kind study and give recommendations to help WordPress owners choose secure plugins and to help WordPress plugins developers develop more secure plugins.
Vulnerability in WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache
A very serious vulnerability was discovered in 2 popular WordPress caching plugins; WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache. Read this article to know how to test if your WordPress is vulnerable to Remote Code Execution vulnerability.