Update – WordPress Author Security
We are happy to announce that our WP Author Security Plugin is now available in the official WordPress Plugin Store.
It makes the application even easier to use, as the plugin can be installed directly via the WordPress administration without manual intervention.
Would you like to learn more about how it works? You can find more information in this article:
The plugin is still available as open source software and you have the possibility to view the source code or extend it by yourself. You can find the project at:
Are you unsure whether your WordPress instance is secure? Please feel free to contact us!
CSRF Countermeasures #1: One possibility to prevent CSRF is the usage of an anti-CSRF token.
CSRF stands for “Cross-Site Request Forgery” and is a classic among web application attacks. With this attack, it is possible to perform certain user actions without them noticing it. But how exactly does this attack work?
At the it-sa 2019 we will present our innovative consulting concept Lean Application Security.
Our second office is located in Dresden, the capital of Saxony. Come have a look at our office there!
With the topic “How practical is DevSecOps really? – A field report” our colleague Maximiliane Zirm is present at this year’s Heise devSec.