The Newsletter plugin is commonly used by WordPress users to create Email Marketing actions so much so that it has more than 12 million downloads since it was officially made available on WordPress, being used on more than 300,000 websites. However, a report by threat analyst Ram Gall identified two security flaws that make the plugin vulnerable to hackers to inject backdoors and create unauthorized site administrators. To prevent this from happening, it is recommended that everyone who uses the Newsletter update the plugin to version 6.8.3 as soon as possible in order to block these attacks.
It is worth remembering that something similar happened last week when a flaw found in the wpDiscuz plugin allowed hackers to take over user accounts through remote code execution. This type of invasion is quite common on sites that do not have a good security structure. That’s why, here at [Se connecter pour voir le lien] Rock Content, we created Stage , a solution for WordPress websites and blogs that optimizes your performance in terms of speed and security. By the way, to know what to do if you have a website invaded by hackers, also check out this content we produced on the subject.
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