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Vulnerability Found in Latest Versions of WordPress, Patch Now Available by @mattsouthern

A new comment XSS exploit vulnerability, being called “Zero Day”, has been found in the latest versions of WordPress: 4.2, 4.1.2, 4.1.1, and 3.9.3. The Zero Day exploit allows an attacker to insert JavaScript into comments. An attacker could leverage this type of vulnerability to insert code into the website’s server through the plugin and theme editors. In addition, through this exploit an attacker could also change the administrator’s password, create new administrator accounts, or do anything else that a logged-in admin would be able to do. An attacker triggers this exploit by an posting excessively long comment exceeding the […]

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Found appoints Kirsty Hulse as head of SEO – The Drum

Found appoints Kirsty Hulse as head of SEO
The Drum
Formerly search strategist at DigitasLBi, where she worked for six years, Hulse has defined search strategies for global brands such as Danone and the Arcadia Group and advised numerous SMEs and ecommerce start-ups. A regular speaker at SEO industry …
Found lures DigitasLBi SEO brightspark to lead SEO teamEconsultancy (press release) (blog)

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Lost and Found: How Top E-Commerce Brands Stack Up With Site Search

Recent analysis by the Baymard Institute shows top e-commerce brands fall short with site search results and highlights the need for brands to better assist shoppers in their path to purchase.

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Thoughts on 404 Not Found Error Pages by @michielheijmans

Have you ever wondered why you should have that 404 Not Found page? What’s the use? The page is gone or broken and you don’t want people to end up there, so why not just redirect that page to the homepage of your website? They even made WordPress plugins that will help you do this, so why not, right? Wrong. What you’re basically doing is putting people on a train they did not choose themselves. If I want to go to Paris, why send me to London instead? If a visitor wants to find a certain page on your website, […]

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AdWords Click Fraud Service Found Using Google’s Trademark, Promoting Itself On YouTube

How’s this for brazen? For at least two years, a Russian hacker has been running a cheekily-named click fraud service called GoodGoogle, promoting it in videos on Google’s YouTube and using Gmail accounts to correspond with customers. Online security expert, Brian Krebs, recently…



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SearchCap: Google AdWords Editor, Direct Is Organic Traffic & America Movie Not Found

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: “America” Movie Filmmaker Sends Legal Demand For Google To Fix Showtime Results The Hollywood Reporter writes that Dinesh D’Souza’s movie,…



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Critical Vulnerability Found In Popular WordPress Newsletter Plugin by @mattsouthern

Web security firm, Sucuri, found a critical vulnerability in a WordPress plug-in that has over 1.7 million downloads. The vulnerability allows potential attackers to take complete control of blogs that have the plugin installed. The vulnerability was found in the MailPoet Newsletters plug-in, previously known as wysija-newsletters, and should be taken very seriously. This bug should be taken seriously; it gives a potential intruder the power to do anything he wants on his victim’s website… It allows for any PHP file to be uploaded. This can allow an attacker to use your website for phishing lures, sending SPAM, hosting malware, […]

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Major Exploits Found in All in One SEO Pack WordPress Plugin

If you use the popular “All in One SEO Pack” WordPress plugin, you should update immediately. Vulnerabilities have been discovered that could get you kicked out of Google’s search results, or leave you open to JavaScript injection attacks.

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Serious security hole found in SEO plugin used by millions of WordPress users … – Graham Cluley Security News

Serious security hole found in SEO plugin used by millions of WordPress users
Graham Cluley Security News
If so, you need to update the plugin as soon as possible to the latest version. The All in One SEO Pack plugin is a very popular choice for webmasters who wish to boost their WordPress-powered site's position in search engine rankings. Indeed, over 18 …

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SEO Secrets for Multi-Location Dealerships: Getting Found by Your Local … – Dealer Marketing Magazine

SEO Secrets for Multi-Location Dealerships: Getting Found by Your Local
Dealer Marketing Magazine
Do you have more than one car dealership, each in a different region or town? If so, you've probably wrestled with the predicament of optimizing each of your locations to compete at the local search level. And with the rising importance of local SEO

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