Experts from security firm Wordfence say they have observed a wave of web attacks that took aim at unfinished WordPress installations.
The Joomla CMS project released today Joomla 3.7.1 to fix an SQL injection flaw that allows attackers to execute custom SQL code on affected systems and take over vulnerable sites.
Security researchers from Sucuri have found hacked WordPress sites that were altered to secretly siphon off cookies for user and admin accounts to a rogue domain imitating the WordPress API.
Polish security expert Dawid Golunski has discovered a zero-day in the WordPress password reset mechanism that would allow an attacker to obtain the password reset link, under certain circumstances.
Attacks on WordPress sites using a vulnerability in the REST API, patched in WordPress version 4.7.2, have intensified over the past two days, as attackers have now defaced over 1.5 million pages, spread across 39,000 unique domains.
For the past few days, Google has been making a lot of webmasters very nervous, as its Google Search Console service, formerly known as Google Webmaster, has been sending out security alerts to people it shouldn't.
The WordPress security team revealed yesterday they've secretly fixed a zero-day vulnerability in the WordPress CMS, which wasn't initially included in the official announcement.