Tag Archives Content Management System (CMS)

Drupal Vulnerability: Highly Critical Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Found

Occupying a significant market share in Content Management Systems (CMS) used to develop websites, after Wordpress and Joomla, Drupal is a highly sought after CMS by major businesses and government organizations including the White House. Drupal is arguably the most secure CMS as it strictly adheres to online software standards (OWASP). While Drupal has gained prominence with the developers, it embodies an active…

WordPress Code Injection

Wordpress sites have always been targets for internet fraudsters owing to its large user base and a wide range of functionalities. Using vulnerable Plugins, not timely updating to the latest versions, not applying patches regularly, and carelessness in security measures are the major reasons for a large number of attacks on Wordpress Sites. Unfinished Wordpress installations have rendered the world's…

How Does the WordPress DoS Exploit Work?

Wordpress, one of the most popular content management systems in the world is rendered vulnerable to yet another vulnerability capable of bringing down an entire WordPress powered system. Statistically powering nearly 29% of the web, an unattended Wordpress vulnerability breeds serious consequences for businesses and websites. The Wordpress DoS Vulnerability The vulnerability (CVE-2018-6389) was discovered by Israeli researcher Barak Tawily. According to Tawily, the flaw…

Joomla 3.8 Patches Critical 8-Year Old Vulnerability

Joomla, one of the world's most popular CMS powering over 3.3% of world's websites, recently patched a critical vulnerability which has persisted in its content management system for 8 years. Leveraging this vulnerability could allow an attacker to steal administrator login credentials, paving way for further key information theft. This appalling revelation reveals the vulnerable state of CMSs which often go…

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