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Chatting with Danger: Be Aware, Fake ChatGPT Plugins Threaten User Accounts

The meteoric rise of large language models (LLMs) like ChatGPT has opened exciting avenues for creative expression and information access. However, this popularity also...

WordPress Pop-Up Peril: 3,000+ Sites Compromised Due to Plugin Flaw

WordPress website owners beware! A recent vulnerability in a popular plugin has exposed thousands of websites to potential compromise. Let's delve into the details...

WordPress Flaw Exposes Millions: LiteSpeed Cache Plugin Update Critical

WordPress website owners, brace yourselves! A recent vulnerability discovered in the popular LiteSpeed Cache plugin has exposed millions of websites to potential attacks. This...

Navigate with Caution: 10 Tips for Secure Web Browsing in a Sea of Phishing and Malware

The internet – a boundless ocean of information, a bustling marketplace of ideas, and, unfortunately, a lurking minefield of cyber threats. Every click, every...

The ubiquitous OpenSSH server software, used for secure remote access on millions of systems, is under attack.

In the realm of WordPress, plugins are often seen as powerful tools to enhance websites. But what happens when a trusted plugin turns out...

Fortress Your Web Presence: 10 Essential Tips for a Secure Website in 2024

In the bustling online marketplace, your website is your digital storefront, showcasing your brand and fostering connection with your audience. However, in this era...

API Security Flaw Found in Booking.com Can Allow Full Account Takeover

The popular travel booking website, Booking.com, has been found to have a critical API security flaw that could allow hackers to take over user...

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