The new breeding ground for security bugs

The popularity of Content Management Systems is proving to be a boon for hackers. How big is the problem? Very.

The popularity of Content Management Systems (CMS) is proving to be a boon for hackers. They no longer have to spend long, hard hours identifying a single target. It’s now simply a matter of ‘dorking’ search engines to find and exploit common security vulnerabilities in the thousands of CMS platforms being relied on around the world.

When a company chooses a CMS to support online transactions, they rarely give thought to the fact that the shopping cart mechanism, for instance, can be easily hacked, resulting in PCI violations and credit card and PII data theft.

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