Hello Adderley – WordPress 5.4 released

WordPress 5.4 “Adderley” has been released, named after jazz musician Nat Adderley.

Two new blocks, optimization and simplification in various processes, increased performance, an improved user interface and more await you in the new version.

Firefox – version 74 with security improvements

Mozilla has released version 74.0 of Firefox for Windows, Linux and macOS. The biggest change that the developers made to the popular web browser is also the least surprising: TLS versions 1.0 and 1.1, which are considered unsafe, will no longer be supported in the future. There are also minor…

WordPress plugin Profile Builder – critical vulnerability

Admins who use the plugin Profile Builder in the Free, Hobbyist or Pro version on WordPress websites should install the current version. Otherwise, attackers could gain full control over websites with comparatively little effort. The vulnerability classified as critical is given the highest rating (CVSS 3.0 score 10 out of…

Google Chrome 80 – vulnerabilities closed

In Google’s current Chrome version 80.0.3987.87, the developers closed a total of 56 security holes. Overall, the risk of attack is considered “high”. If attackers tackle the gaps, in some cases they could execute their own code. If that works, a computer is usually considered to be compromised. The secured…

Magento vulnerabilities – update now

Vulnerabilities that are classified as “Important” to “Critical” are hidden in several versions of the Magento e-commerce platform. Remote attackers could use them, among other things, to execute arbitrary program code and to attack sensitive data. The company Adobe, from which Magento was bought last year, has provided updates that…

Google Chrome – 3 security vulnerabilities fixed

In a security warning, Google at least classifies the risk from a security vulnerability (CVE-2020-6377) as “high”. A successful attack should lead to a memory error (use after free). This usually ends in a DoS state and the application crashes. However, memory errors are often loopholes for malicious code that…