Tag: open source platforms

Decoding Security 128: Open Sesame!

FireFox and Chrome announced big changes last week with new ways they will be protecting our information. FireFox will begin to block tracking cookies by default, allowing users to have a better experience while web browsing. Google Chrome announced that starting in September 2018, users will be required to enable Adobe Flash every time the user wishes to use it, all in Chrome’s efforts to wean the public of Flash and force websites into the future.

 

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How to Secure Your Open Source Platform Website

WordPress vulnerabilities

Open source content management systems (CMS) like WordPress, Joomla! and Drupal have become some of the most popular platforms for creating websites. So much in fact, that over 25 percent of the entire internet is powered on WordPress.

Platforms like WordPress are free and have a huge community of users and developers, providing a vast ecosystem themes and plugins. Unfortunately, since they’re so popular, open source platforms are often a large target for hackers and since much of the platform is developed by volunteers, code vulnerabilities may exist.

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