We all know that WordPress is the primary and most popular CMS system used on the internet. We also know that security in WordPress is not always taken for granted. The WordPress CMS system can have different vulnerabilities in older versions, so it’s vital keep it up-to-date. We should also be on alert for new zero-day vulnerabilities and patch those systems that are affected.

Keep in mind that it’s not uncommon to see new zero-day vulnerabilities being discovered in newest versions of WordPress. We should also configure the WordPress system as securely as possible; there are multiple articles on the internet describing how to do that, so we won’t go into that in this article. Instead, we’ll describe basic principles of identifying vulnerabilities on WordPress.

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