Over 280,000 WordPress sites may have been hijacked by zero-day hiding in popular plugin

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A zero-day vulnerability found in a premium WordPress plugin is being actively exploited in the wild, researchers are saying, urging users to remove it from their websites until a patch is released.

WordPress security plugin (opens in new tab) makers WordFence uncovered a flaw in WPGateway, a premium plugin helping admins manage other WordPress plugins and themes from a single dashboard.

https://www.techradar.com/news/over-280000-wordpress-sites-may-have-been-hijacked-by-zero-day-hiding-in-popular-plugin

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