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Source: memeburn - Posted by Alex   
Security Projects In recent months, the web world was hit with a code exploit that affected many users across various web development platforms, from custom systems to Drupal and WordPress.org. This hack exploited a security vulnerability in the popular TimThumb image resizing PHP script, which allowed the hacker full access to any website running the older version of this script. An exploit of this nature, of course, didnít go unnoticed. Within hours of the exploit being publicised, developers and website owners alike were rushing to their computers to make sure that all was safe on their online real estate. Having assisted many WordPress users in upgrading and safe-guarding their websites, I can assure you that this was not a hack to be taken lightly.

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