Important: WordPress Security Exploit

Published: 8th Sep 2009 in News

This is very important information for anyone using WordPress for their website or blog.

It has come to our attention that there is a new security exploit attacking WordPress sites using old versions (i.e. versions before 2.8.4).

This new exploit seems to create a ‘fake’ administrator (which you cannot see) within WordPress which may change URLs or abuse other parts of your site. Please see the following links for reference:
WordPress 2.8.4 Security Release
Mashable – WordPress Attack Underway
Lorelle on WordPress

Protect your site – upgrade WordPress

To protect your WordPress site you should upgrade the software to the newest version (2.8.4). If you do not know how to do this we can do it for you for a small fee of £25 ex VAT (our current clients).

Please contact us to ask about your WordPress update.

Upgrading WordPress now could save a lot of problems and heartache later so please do not ignore this message.

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