WooCommerce has patched a SQL Injection vulnerability reported by a security researcher, Josh from DOS (Development Operations Security), based in Richmond Virginia. This vulnerability allowed unauthenticated attackers to access arbitrary data on an online store’s database. Additionally, the WooCommerce Blocks feature plugin was affected and also patched at the same time with this emergency patch release of 1.5 million sites currently using it globally. WooCommerce’s team had a successful response to the critical SQL injection vulnerability. They immediately conducted an investigation and deployed fixes in every impacted version of WooCommerce, fixing 90+ releases of their software with automatic updates.
Recent Case Studies
November 22, 2022
Data Migration from Adobe Cloud Platform to WPML Format for an International Financial Services Company Based in the U.S.
Virtina always gets the best kick out of tackling the most challenging projects typically unimaginable by standard companies. We invariably say yes to ...Read More
June 09, 2022
Custom BigCommerce Middleware Development for an Australian BNPL Company
Summary – BigCommerce Middleware Customization Virtina recently triumphantly executed a project for a client based in Australia and New Zealand. The ...Read More
June 04, 2021
Split-order, Split-shipment, and State-wise Sales Tax Issues Resolved for a WooCommerce Company
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January 08, 2021
Building a WooCommerce Store for the World’s Largest Government-run Retail Chain
Summary A governmental organization approached Virtina to build a website that enabled the organization members to buy products like automobiles and h ...Read More