More WordPress Updates, More Problems
Did you know there is a new update of WordPress available?
Frankly, I could say that every month and almost never be wrong, much like a broken clock is right twice a day. But this time it's different...at least you'd better hope so, WordPress users.
If you're skeptical, don't take my word for what a disaster WordPress is; simply read their WordPress 4.0.1 Security Release. Understand that these security holes could potentially affect millions of sites. It sounds as bad - if not worse - than the side effects of Chantix. Fortunately, we don't use WordPress, so we haven't experienced difficult or labored breathing, feeling sad or empty, anger, anxiety, or hallucinations because none of us use WordPress or Chantix. But if we did...
We'd be scrambling to fix a mess. Did you know that as of Nov. 24, 2014, fully 86% of WordPress websites in existence are vulnerable to a four-year-old comment security bug? According to arstechnica.com:
Good luck WordPress user, you're going to need it.
Want more WordPress vitriol? Read WordPress: A Hot Mess, the original in a series.