WordPress security is serious business – and an essential consideration for anyone using the world’s most popular CMS (Content Management System).  

While the WordPress team quickly addresses known security issues in WordPress’ core to protect the millions of website owners who rely and depend on the software, the reality is that the same cannot be said for all plugin and theme developers.  

The added customization benefits that WordPress’ extensibility brings also comes with a steady stream of attacks exploiting a wide range of vulnerabilities.

Continue reading Top 5 Most Common WordPress Malware Infections: An Anatomy Lesson at Sucuri Blog.

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