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Security | jemjabella.co.uk | Apr. 1, 2019

Peculiar PHP Present In Popular Pipdig Power Pack (P3) Plugin

Pipdig Power Pack versions up to 4.7.3 contain the backdoor code, which has been removed as of version 4.8.0

Peculiar PHP Present In Popular Pipdig Power Pack (P3) Plugin

Security | jemjabella.co.uk | Apr. 1, 2019

Karl is off work this week (due to working in a school, lots of holidays, lucky bastard, bla bla bla). I asked him this morning to try and purchase the replacement keyboard for my laptop, as linked from my “OMG DISASTER” entry update, now that we’ve transferred money to the “Internet account”. He spent all afternoon trying to get them to accept the payment details/address etc with no luck. I returned from work (due to not working in a school and having crap normal holidays, bla bla bla) and we decided to resort to e-Gay e-Bay. I, of course, am terribly negatively biased against them since they allowed some tit up the road to sell stolen cameras using Karl’s mum’s address, causing the coppers to come and take away my laptop. Long story short, we registered there anyway and proceeded to “Click to Buy” a replacement VAIO keyboard/case that we found: £30.00 for the item, £8.00 post and packaging.
We went through, entered the details into PayPal, reviewed everything and clicked “Pay”. We received an error telling us that the seller did not accept payment through this method (despite the preferred method being paypal?)