This buggy WordPress plugin allows hackers to lace websites with malicious code

Security researchers have identified a flaw in the Real-Time Find and Replace WordPress plugin that could allow hackers to lace websites with malicious code.

The affected plugin affords WordPress users the ability to edit website code and text content in real-time, without having to go into the backend – and reportedly features on over 100,000 sites.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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