"The Famous WordPress 5-Minute Install" was great. Unfortunately, today it can cause serious security problems. The typical scenario is to upload core files to your host, open the installer, and it is done in a few minutes. During these few minutes is your installer publicly available to everyone. If the attacker is speedy enough, he … Continue reading WordPress installer attack race
https://www.slideshare.net/vsmitka/wordpress-through-the-bad-guys-glasses How do I know that my PHP or Apache version is vulnerable? You can find vulnerabilities for the particular version on CVE details. You should use the lastest versions of server components, currently: Apache 2.4.39 (major version 2.2 is out of suport now)Nginx 1.16 (stable) or 1.17 (mainline)PHP 7.3.6 or 7.2.19 Also keep in … Continue reading WordCamp EU – Q&A
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Two months ago I ran a huge global scan for unintentionally exposed .git repositories. I was surprised to find many Python and Ruby applications with this issue. The total number wasn't very high - around two thousand, but when I normalized it according to the market share of these programming languages, the situation was worse … Continue reading Python & Ruby webserver config – the great misunderstanding