It was recently discovered that a large number of WordPress plugins have security vulnerabilities allowing hackers access to websites running outdated versions of these plugins. The list below includes plugins which have been identified as definitively containing the vulnerability but it is by no means a complete list:
How awesome are open source projects, I will always be clear, when I put a new page with my favorite CMS WordPress: Easy installation, terrific selection of free and premium wordpress themes, tons of ingenious plugins to extend and modify. How quickly and easily you could still set up any professional website a few years ago.
Meanwhile, WordPress has arrived in the CMS market, long since blogs are not only driven it:
- With over 60% market share in the field of content management systems, WordPress is the undisputed leader.
- 21.2% of all websites on the Internet are running on WordPress!
- There are 33.893 free plugins for almost all purposes in the WordPress Plugin Directory .
Get your independence and update your site yourself in the future – whenever you want it. We equip this from your website with the content management system WordPress that we use for over 10 years, primarily as a CMS solution.
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