Last updated: August 14, 2016
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ThreatPress Database website is a compilation of all identified vulnerabilities found in specific versions of WordPress content management system, WordPress plugins and WordPress themes. Database content is accumulated from various publicly available resources or received from submitters directly by ThreatPress. We do not hold any rights to this content. Every database record holds information about source of particular record on public resources and, or its author.
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We do understand that some of the information available on our website can be used in bad purposes. To reduce the potential damage caused by identified vulnerability we will notify product author at first. Vulnerability will be disclosed and made publicly available only when the patched version of the product will be available. It means that we are publishing information about products that were already fixed. Basically it means that theoretically all products mentioned in our database are safe if you have the latest version of software.
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