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Sloppy patching, insecure plug-ins made Panama Papers leak possible

Fahmida Y. Rashid | April 8, 2016
WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and PHP developers need to get their security acts together

For website administrators, the lesson is clear: Patch, update, and stay on top of the latest versions of the CMS software and related software. Update the core application, plug-ins, and themes whenever there is an update available. If the changelog file says the new version is a security update, make updating a high-priority task.

For PHP developers -- especially those who work with WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and other CMS software -- it's time to start doing something about the security of the software that powers so many applications on the Web.

Source: Infoworld 


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