Monthly Archives: April 2015

Dangerous Bug in WordPress Plugin.


A vulnerability recently discovered in WP-Super-Cache could put millions of websites at risk. The WordPress plugin, WP-Super-Cache, generates static HTML files from dynamic WordPress blogs. The vulnerability allows attackers to insert malicious code into WordPress pages that use the extension. Security firm Sucuri commented: Using this vulnerability, an attacker using a carefully crafted query could… Read more »

How to Take Charge of Your Password Security.


A lack of password security can be the cause of untold damage to the data and systems of companies throughout the world.  Passwords are often related to something specific to the person using or accessing the system. Their passwords are often set to common words, phrases, or patterns so they are not forgotten. Whilst this… Read more »