The WordPress 4.2.1 security patch was released today to resolve a cross-site scripting vulnerability in the WP commenting functionality. Now that the first patch has appeared and it's security related, it's time to update if you haven't already.
More WordPress plugin security updates were released today. The list of plugins includes some of the most popular plugins available.
A new security alert reporting a WP Super Cache vulnerability has been reported. This is a serious security flaw and requires an immediate update of this popular plugin. The plugin code has been patched to correct the problem. Please update to version 1.4.4.
A long-hidden security flaw was revealed today. The FREAK flaw affects Android devices, iPhones and Apple Macs running OS/X, among others. This is a serious security problem that compromises the HTTPS security protocol used by many secure websites. Read on to learn where to go to check your device's browser to see if you're affected.
A Gravity Forms security vulnerability has been reported. If you are using Gravity Forms, update immediately to the latest version 1.8.20. The security flaw in older versions allows anyone to upload any type of file to the server.