A vulnerability has been discovered in Contact Form 7 that allows an attacker to upload malicious scripts. The publishers of Contact Form 7 have released an update to fix the vulnerability.
Unrestricted File Upload Vulnerability…
Noooo, I’m not going to steal/copy/plagiarize this article, just read the article on CVE 2020 35489 on searchenginejournal.com.
But I do have something to add. Continue reading “This just in: Contact-Form-7 (WordPress) Vulnerability – 5 million websites at risk – CVE-2020-35489”
Local (by Flywheel) is great, but for a terminal type of person as I am, I find it way more convenient to SSH into a VM and use the WP-CLI to perform WordPress tasks. With a platform like Vagrant, one has the
command to shell into the virtual environment.
With Local, you can do this with the push of a button in Local, but as said, I like the terminal better.
is waaaaay faster than going to the Local app, find the site, click the SSH button.
But wait, there is much more ;) Continue reading “Handy script: lbf”