By exploiting a critical Drupal vulnerability recently disclosed by developers, attackers could potentially take control of websites and servers built on the CMS.
This past summer saw a pair of Drupal security flaws exposed and patched. Is your website secure?
X-Force observed attackers using known Drupal vulnerabilities, including Drupalgeddon, to target websites and the underlying infrastructure that hosts them, leveraging Shellbot to open backdoors.
Security specialists have unearthed three PHP vulnerabilities that could have had serious consequences for organizations and consumers alike.
Drupal 6 hit its end-of-life mark, meaning the service is now unsupported. Users may be vulnerable to exploits by cybercriminals.
Several vulnerabilities have recently been discovered — and patched — in CMS software WordPress and Drupal. What should users know about the risks?
The makers of Joomla have moved quickly to patch a hole that allowed cybercriminals to execute SQL injection attacks in the content management system.
A new paper from IBM discusses the security of content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress and how attackers are targeting them.
2014 was a big year for CMS hacking, with popular platforms WordPress, Drupal and Joomla all targeted by cybercriminals, resulting in breaches.
A flaw in the Drupal content management system may affect many websites, but security leaders have released some steps to help mitigate the risk.