Web Application Security
Wordpress Remote Exploit - W3 Total Cache Dec 24 2012 06:39AM
Jason A. Donenfeld (Jason zx2c4 com) (2 replies)
Re: Wordpress Remote Exploit - W3 Total Cache Dec 24 2012 12:12PM
Jason A. Donenfeld (Jason zx2c4 com)
Re: Wordpress Remote Exploit - W3 Total Cache Dec 24 2012 10:56AM
Jason A. Donenfeld (Jason zx2c4 com)
On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 7:39 AM, Jason A. Donenfeld <Jason (at) zx2c4 (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> realizing. I'm copying the author on this email, as he may want to
> include a warning message where nieve folks like myself can see it, or
> document these somewhere if they're not already, or at least apply the
> two .htaccess tweaks mentioned above.

I thought it might be worth amending to the list that I've just had a
long phone conversation with the author of the vulnerable code, and we
discussed several different solutions to solving the likelihood of a
user's misconfiguration as well as mitigating the potential damage
that could be caused by it. The author said he intends to release a
fix soon.

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