#Wordpress SEO spam injects backdoor code on WordPress sites Security researchers discovered a search engine spam campaign that plays on WordPress administrators' use of the XML-RPC infrastructure. Las Vegas WordPress Developer - http://www.larymdesign.com https://www.scmagazine.com/seo-spam-injects-backdoor-code-on-wordpress-sites/article/571921/
#Wordpress The Curious Case of the WordPress Docker Container and the Devious XML-RPC Denial of Service Attack My recent experiences with troubleshooting issues with my Docker WordPress container only reinforce the details I wrote about in this piece. Best Wordpress = http://www.larymdesign.com http://news.sys-con.com/node/3948000
Since WordPress version 3.5, the XML-RPC interface is activated by default. That wouldn’t be too bad if WordPress weren’t the world’s most popular content management system. The interface does not only provide useful features but is also an important target for hackers.
Brute Force attacks are one of the oldest and most common types of attacks that we still see on the Internet today. If you have a server online, it’s most likely being hit right now. It could be via protocols like SSH or FTP, and if it’s a web server, via web-based brute force attempts againstRead More