Learn more about WordPress core software security in this free white paper. You can also download it in PDF format. To contribute a translation or update to the white paper, make a pull request at the Documattic repository. Overview This document is an analysis and explanation of the WordPress core software development and its related security processes, as well as an examination of the inherent security built directly into the software. Decision makers evaluating WordPress as a content management system or web application framework should use this document in their analysis and decision-making, and for developers to refer to it to familiarize themselves with the security components and best practices of the software. The information in this document is up-to-date for the latest stable release of the software, WordPress 4.1 at time of publication, but should be considered relevant also to the most recent versions of the software as backwards compatibility is a strong focus for the WordPress development team. Specific security measures and changes will be noted as they have been added to the core software in specific releases. It is strongly encouraged to always be running the latest
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