Security Analysis Issues and Usability for Web Content Management Systems


Authors : Maraga Alex, James Ogallo

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 9 - September

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

Scribd : https://bit.ly/2nvu9gw

Web Content Management System (WCMS) massages workflow in elaborative status ranging from publishing, editing, modifying and maintenance of content from a central interface. The cutting-edge in every discussion of WCMS, it is absolutely necessary to make your opinion depending on your experience, and converse the advantages and disadvantages serenely and objectively. The greater number give their subjective opinions very first simply because they could be only well known with either Word Press, Drupal or Joomla. Many users of (WMCS) are not mindful of the security controls and concerns in them. Vulnerabilities in these systems provide appealing targets for potential attackers. Users of WCMS may be exposed to threats beyond their imagination which they might not be aware of. This study will review the security analysis awareness of the users of these susceptibilities and to what extent Drupal, Joomla and Word Press are secure and their possible ex-poser to the attackers.

Keywords : Web Content Management Systems; Vulnerabilities Joomla; Word Press; Drupal.

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