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70,000+ WordPress Sites Affected by Critical Plug-in Flaw
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7/30/2020 | 12:31:54 PM
All is fixed!
The problem is 100% fixed and wpDiscuz is safe.
You can ignore this if you've already updated to 7.0.5 or higher version (current version is 7.0.6).

This was fixed and the new version 7.0.5 was released a week ago. There is not any issues with current wpDiscuz version. It's 100% secure now.

This kind of issues happens with almost all WordPress plugins, so there is no reason to worry if you've updated and up to date. Just keep updating your plugins and make sure you're using the latest versions.

About 50% of wpDiscuz users are currently using 7.x.x versions. It's about 35,000 websites.
30,000 of them have already updated to secure 7.0.5 and higher versions during last week. And about 3,000 websites are updating every day.

So in one two days there almost certainly won't be any website with old unsecure 7.0.0 – 7.0.4 versions and almost all websites will be up to date and safe.


Thank you!
wpDiscuz Developers


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