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1password vs. Dashlane

https://perishablepress.com/1password-vs-dashlane/ I was a 1password user for years. Thought it was great, everything I needed without not too much bloat, ads, etc. Then one day 1password locked everyone out. As in can’t log in with the master password. So no access...

Blocking the “ReallyLongRequest” Bandit

https://perishablepress.com/blocking-reallylongrequest-bandit/ While browsing server logs, I kept seeing these super long request URIs that begin with “YesThisIsAReallyLongRequest…” and then the request string just keeps going for like 1 kilobyte worth of characters....

WordPress and the Blank Target Vulnerability

https://perishablepress.com/wordpress-blank-target-vulnerability/ For those who haven’t yet noticed, WordPress now adds rel=”noopener” attributes for any external links added via the link Quicktag in the Visual/RTE. So if you enable the option, “Open link in a new...

An Extensive Plan of Action for WordPress Security

https://pagely.com/blog/wordpress-security-action-plan/ There’s no nice way to put this, so I’m just going to come out and say it: WordPress websites are prime targets for hackers. It’s not that WordPress itself is […] Source: Security...

WordPress 4.9.8 Maintenance Release

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of WordPress 4.9.8.  This maintenance release fixes 46 bugs, enhancements and blessed tasks, including updating the Twenty Seventeen bundled theme. Following are the highlights of what is now available. “Try...

Brad Haas Discusses BabaYaga Malware on the CyberWire Podcast

https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2018/07/baba-yaga-cyberwire-podcast/ In early June we published an article and accompanying white paper detailing an interesting malware infection which we’ve internally dubbed BabaYaga. The relatively sophisticated malware is unique...

The Month in WordPress: July 2018

With WordPress 5.0 coming closer, there’s lots of work going on all across the project. Read on to learn about how we progressed in July. Release of WordPress 4.9.7 On July 5, WordPress 4.9.7 was released,  fixing one security issue and 17 other bugs across the...
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