In addition, at the present, there have emerged a number of dangerous automated security breaches and threats that take advantage of newly discovered privacy and security issues and vulnerabilities in WordPress. Until now, WordPress has been dealing with the security holes by releasing updates within a few days To date, WordPress has been dealing with the security holes by releasing updates within a few days of latest updates being established, however in the last few days new updates have come into view that nobody seems to have answers for.1
This report discusses different aspects of WordPress security, such as information security, breaches and possible security attacks. This report outlines a number of security aspects and possible kinds of attacks on WordPress websites. This report also discusses the reasons behind security attacks. This report will also present the potential solutions and paramours we can formulate for the effective security management while using the services of WordPress. Moreover, this report also outlines some real world examples of WordPress security and privacy breaches.
In the past few years, a lot of security issues and breaches were discovered in the software and web applications, especially in 2007 and 2008. As I researched, WordPress in April 2009 had seven un-patched web based privacy and information security advisories (out of 32 all) with an utmost score of "Less Critical". In 2007, a lot of high-profile SEO web based blogs, and a lot of low-profile profitable blogs charactering AdSense, were beleaguered and attacked by a WordPress abuse. In this scenario, divided security based vulnerability on one of the development web servers allowed a security hacker to initiate usable dirty code in the form of a back door to a number of downloads of WordPress version 2.1.1. However, the WordPress version 2.1.2 was