How to Configure Secure WordPress Database Permissions

The WordPress database is the most important component of your WordPress website. It contains all the content of your website, such as information about your users and all your posts, etc. In order to access the database, a database user should have specific privileges that allow him or her to manipulate it. The WordPress database […]

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Web Security Tip of the Week: Update to WordPress 3.3.2

Just recently, the WordPress development team released the latest and greatest version of the web platform – WordPress 3.3.2. It is always important that you update your WordPress installation to the latest version, as it addresses bug fixes and security issues reported in the previous versions. This WordPress update fixes numerous security flaws including two […]

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Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner Voted WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Award Winner of 2012

Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner Wins the WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Award for the Fifth Successive Year Leading Windows Security resource site, WindowSecurity.com, has announced that Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner has been selected as the winner of the 2012 WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Awards, in the Web Application Security category.

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The Value of Web Exploitation

Is the exploitation of web vulnerabilities worth the trouble? Does it create unnecessary risks that should be avoided? Why exploit flaws anyway? This is not a black and white circumstance. Every situation is unique. But here’s what I know. The exploitation of web security flaws such as Cross-Site Scripting, SQL injection and Cross-Site request forgery […]

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