September 3, 2012

WordPress Security Threats Roundup for August 2012

August’s round-up of WordPress security threats. If you have one of these plugins, make sure you’ve updated to a new version that has the vulnerability fixed, or disable the plugin immediately. If you feel you may have been hacked, use the Sucuri free scan tool…

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