A critical vulnerability in a WordPress plugin under active attack, risking over 17,000 websites

A zero-day vulnerability allows attackers to upload malicious files on e-commerce websites, eventually taking over their databases for customer information.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • A new security risk has been discovered by the Threat Intelligence team at Wordfence.
  • The vulnerability affects a WordPress plugin that allows the upload of images and PDF files for products.
  • A threat report states that it is under active attack since January 30, 2021.

A new vulnerability has been found in a WordPress plugin that affects over 17,000 websites. The vulnerability is actively being…


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