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In a new blog post (opens in new tab), Wordfence has listed all of the vulnerable add-ons which have now been patched. However, not all of the developers and publishers that the company reached out to responded to its initial contact requests. In these cases though, Wordfence contacted the WordPress repository directly to have the vulnerable add-ons reviewed.
Sites using Elementor with multiple users that can contribute content and are running an unpatched version of one of these add-ons should be considered at risk. For this reason, Wordfence recommends that site owners update as soon as possible.
If your site is running an Elementor add-on that adds functionality to the website builder through new elements or widgets that is not listed in Wordfence's blog post, the company recommends that you contact the author or developer directly to verify that they have audited their add-on for these issues.
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