Check WordPress for Exploits

    Date15 Aug 2011
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByAlex
    Whether you use WordPress for your personal blog, or your organization uses it for its entire Web site, ensuring its security is a good thing. One tool that can help secure WordPress is the the Exploit Scanner plugin. Typically, I look at command-line tools and utilities for the tips column -- but this week I wanted to take a look at a WordPress plugin I've been testing. Why? Primarily because I know WordPress is one of the most popular CMSes in use today, and the single most popular open source CMS. That means quite a few admins are likely to be responsible for dealing with WordPress in one way or another.
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