Monthly Archives: April 2015

WordPress 0 Day Exploit

The WordPress CMS, used by millions of websites has become vulnerable to a zero-day flaw, which means that in order to take full control hackers can use remote code execution on web servers. The vulnerability was found by Jouko Pynnönen, who works with a Finland-based security firm. The vulnerability is a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) flaw, … read more

Cloud VPN Security

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) provides connections between servers and clients from various internal networks across a public network (for eg, the internet), just as though the nodes are located in the same private network. Since the communication is transported across a public network, it must be encrypted properly in order to prevent snooping. The … read more