WPCampus 2018 live streamed July 13-14

WPCampus 2018 will take place July 12-14 on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Registration has closed but general sessions will be live streamed for free. If you've already registered, you can still sign up for a workshop. If you live in the area, grab a ticket to join us Sunday at the ball park.

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WPCampus is a community and conference for web professionals, educators and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education. Our goal is to provide a wealth of knowledge for anyone who’s interested in using WordPress and allow people to share and learn about WordPress in the world of higher education.

Much like online businesses or blogging, higher education is a world of its own with unique challenges, content, stakeholders, and target audiences. WPCampus is inclusive of all facets of higher education, whether you’re a faculty member, a content strategist, a designer, social media manager, or a student.

If you are not already a member of the WPCampus community, we invite you to follow @wpcampusorg on Twitter and learn more on how to get involved. We have a thriving Slack channel and would love to have you join the conversation.

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Blog: Vulnerable WordPress Plugins Report for the Weeks of July 9 through July 20, 2018

Vulnerable Plugins Eight disclosures over the last two week, with five issues unfixed, one critical. An authenticated arbitrary file upload vulnerability has been identified in the MapSVGLite plugin that remains unfixed. You should remove the plugin as soon as possible until the issue has been resolved. View this week’s vulnerable plugins list. Other WordPress News The […]

Blog: Vulnerable WordPress Plugins Report for the Weeks of June 22 through July 8, 2018

Vulnerable Plugins Ten disclosures over the last two week, with three issues unfixed. View this week’s vulnerable plugins list. Other WordPress Security News The big news last week and into this week was the disclosure of an unpatched arbitrary file deletion vulnerability in WordPress core.  Luckily, the vulnerability required a user to have the ability to […]

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