How to Handle Issues with CMS Plugins

January 17, 2019 / GuidesFor Team

To save in time and development efforts, many organizations use CMS plugins and PHP libraries. This makes web content management a lot more efficient and easy to manage. The risk with this, however, is that much of the management of data is entrusted to a third party. A recent report from ZDNet explains that a number of plugins and libraries have been deliberately disabling SSL/TLS certificate validations. These are security settings that handle transmission of data and are critical in keeping out unauthorized access. This is a serious security risk, especially for sites that offload the processing of financial transactions. If you currently rely on CMS plugins and PHP libraries for your web content management, the following article provides the updates and solutions you need to handle this issue. – Jem Santos

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