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SocGholish Malware: What It Is & How to Prevent It

Website malware comes in all shapes and sizes, each with its own unique methods of attack and evasion. One threat making regular headlines is SocGholish, a sophisticated and persistent malware that has been targeting websites for over 7 years. Understanding how SocGholish operates and learning how to protect against it is essential if you want... Read More
 

Wordfence Intelligence Weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report (June 3, 2024 to June 9, 2024)

Did you know Wordfence runs a Bug Bounty Program for all WordPress plugin and themes at no cost to vendors? Researchers can earn up to $10,400, for all in-scope vulnerabilities submitted to our Bug Bounty Program! Find a vulnerability, submit the details directly to us, and we handle all the rest. For a limited time,... Read More
 

2023 Hacked Website & Malware Threat Report

Education is essential for defending your website against emerging threats. That’s why we are thrilled to share our 2023 Hacked Website & Malware Threat Report. Disseminating this information to the community helps educate website owners about the latest trends and threats. This year, we’ve included new insights to highlight the most prevalent tactics and techniques... Read More
 

Introducing the 0-day Threat Hunt Bug Bounty Promo Through July 11th, 2024!

At Wordfence our mission is to Secure The Web. WordPress powers over 40% of the Web, and Wordfence secures over 5 million WordPress websites. That’s why we’ve decided to run another exciting and new promotion for our Bug Bounty Program. With this promotion, our goal is to get more of the highest risk vulnerabilities disclosed... Read More
 

Wordfence Intelligence Weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report (May 27, 2024 to June 2, 2024)

Did you know Wordfence runs a Bug Bounty Program for all WordPress plugin and themes at no cost to vendors? Researchers can earn up to $10,400, for all in-scope vulnerabilities submitted to our Bug Bounty Program! Find a vulnerability, submit the details directly to us, and we handle all the rest.  Last week, there were... Read More
 

Hundreds of Websites Targeted by Fake Google Chrome Update Pop-Ups

Fake Browser Update campaigns are known for their deceptive tactics used by hackers to trick users into downloading malicious software. These campaigns typically involve injecting malicious code into a website, which then displays a popup message urging users to update their web browser. Clicking on the provided link usually results in downloading malware, such as... Read More
 

40,000 WordPress Sites affected by Vulnerability That Leads to Privilege Escalation in Login/Signup Popup WordPress Plugin

???? Did you know Wordfence runs a Bug Bounty Program for all WordPress plugin and themes at no cost to vendors? Researchers can earn up to $10,400, for all in-scope vulnerabilities submitted to our Bug Bounty Program! Find a vulnerability, submit the details directly to us, and we handle all the rest. On May 17th, 2024, during our Bug Bounty Extravaganza,... Read More
 

From Privacy to Exfiltration: Telegram’s Role in Website Malware

Telegram, a name synonymous with secure messaging, has paradoxically become a tool for cybercriminals who abuse the strengths of the platform to target unsuspecting websites. This popular messaging platform, once known for its commitment to user privacy and security, is now being used in ways its creators never intended: a conduit for controlling malware-infected websites.... Read More
 

Wordfence Intelligence Weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report (May 20, 2024 to May 26, 2024)

Did you know Wordfence runs a Bug Bounty Program for all WordPress plugin and themes at no cost to vendors? Researchers can earn up to $10,400, for all in-scope vulnerabilities submitted to our Bug Bounty Program! Find a vulnerability, submit the details directly to us, and we handle all the rest.  Last week, there were... Read More
 

WordPress Vulnerability & Patch Roundup May 2024

Vulnerability reports and responsible disclosures are essential for website security awareness and education. Automated attacks targeting known software vulnerabilities are one of the leading causes of website compromises. To help educate website owners about potential threats to their environments, we’ve compiled a list of important security updates and vulnerability patches for the WordPress ecosystem this... Read More
 
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