WordPress is a popular content management system (CMS) for building websites. More than 10 million websites are built on the WordPress platform, which means 30% of the websites on the Internet are powered by this powerful CMS.
However, its extensive usage and security vulnerabilities have made it a popular target among hackers, who are looking to compromise the quality and functionality of your site.
Statistics reveal that 73.2% of the popular WordPress installations have exploitable vulnerabilities. And, 50% of the hacks happen on WordPress plugins.
Recently, popular plugins installed and used by millions of websites have been found to have security problems and are being attacked by hackers.
If you’re using any of the above-mentioned plugins, then update or delete the plugin immediately or contact the plugin author to know if the security issues have been fixed and then act accordingly.
Have your site being hacked? Contact Source Soft Solutions to remove malware and prevent future attacks. We have expert WordPress developers who can help you maintain a secure website. Contact our website experts today!
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