Effective 1st December 2022, WordPress is dropping security updates for versions 3.7 to 4.0. The company urges users to update to the latest software versions to continue security support. The affected versions will display a permanent obsolete warning notice that users cannot dismiss. Users who continue to keep the older versions will be putting their websites at risk of hacking once the security support ends. WordPress has withdrawn support for older versions so that its core development team can focus more on updating and securing the current versions without the added workload of keeping the older versions up-to-date. WordPress advises its publishers to update the latest installation, 6.0.2. But WordPress will continue with security support for version 4.01, released in 2015, and all subsequent versions.
WordPress Withdraws Security Support for Older Installations
October 25, 2022 | | Updated: February 21, 2023
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