Cleantalk Plugins Added to the AMP Websites Catalog for WordPress

Cleantalk Plugins Added to the AMP Websites Catalog for WordPress

Since our Anti-Spam and Security plugins are fully AMP-compatible, they are now available from the plugin catalog on the amp-wp.org website, where all the most popular AMP-compatible plugins and themes for WordPress are collected. How this benefits you from using AMP Using AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) for a WordPress website can offer several advantages, including:

Fraud Prevention: How CleanTalk Can Help Identify and Prevent Fraud Attacks

Fraud Prevention: How CleanTalk Can Help Identify and Prevent Fraud Attacks

Fraud attacks have become increasingly prevalent, posing a serious threat to businesses and individuals alike. These attacks involve the use of deceptive tactics to gain unauthorized access to sensitive information or financial resources. Fraudsters often utilize various means such as phishing, identity theft, and credit card fraud to carry out their malicious activities. The consequences

Plugin Security Certification: “FileBird” – Version 5.5: Secure Media Library Management

Plugin Security Certification: “FileBird” – Version 5.5: Secure Media Library Management

In the world of WordPress media library management, one aspect that should never be overlooked is security. The “FileBird” plugin, specifically version 5.5, is not only a powerhouse in organizing your media library but also a guardian of your website’s security. In this article, we delve into how this plugin goes above and beyond in

How to Check wp-content for Malware with Security by CleanTalk?

How to Check wp-content for Malware with Security by CleanTalk?

WordPress powers a significant portion of the internet, making it an attractive target for cyberattacks. Ensuring the security of your WordPress website is paramount. One essential aspect of WordPress security is regularly checking your wp-content directory for vulnerabilities. In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of safeguarding your wp-content folder using the powerful

We Have Reset 178 Passwords That Might Have Been Compromised

We Have Reset 178 Passwords That Might Have Been Compromised

While monitoring exposed password databases we found a leaked database that contained 178 compromised credentials of CleanTalk users among other data. These emails/passwords were compromised some time ago and after that were used to create a CleanTalk account by their owners. As soon as we found this potential vulnerability – we immediately reset passwords for

CVE-2023-4795 – Testimonial Slider Shortcode < 1.1.9 - Contributor+ Stored XSS

CVE-2023-4795 – Testimonial Slider Shortcode < 1.1.9 - Contributor+ Stored XSS

While evaluating the plugin, we uncovered a vulnerability that permits the execution of Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) on behalf of a contributor. This vulnerability is exploited by inserting a shortcode into a newly created post, potentially resulting in an account takeover. Main info: CVE CVE-2023-4795 Plugin Testimonial Slider Shortcode Critical High Publicly Published September 25,

CVE-2023-4725 – Simple Posts Ticker < 1.1.6 - Admin+ Stored XSS

CVE-2023-4725 – Simple Posts Ticker < 1.1.6 - Admin+ Stored XSS

During testing, a vulnerability was found that allows, through changing the settings, to implement Stored XSS on all pages where there is a mention of the plugin. This vulnerability is available on behalf of the administrator and allows you to leave javascript “backdoor” when capturing an administrative account, which will allow account takeover. Unfiltered_html capability

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