Wordfence details how the Mossberg Fonseca (AKA The Panama Papers) breach occurred, “thanks” to the vulnerabilities in the Revolution Slider WordPress Plugin and two mail plugins; one of them, the WP SMTP plugin, apparently stores email server address and login information in plain text in the WordPress database (yippie ki-yay for cryptography!).
Esay enough to understand how the culture, knowledge and training about cybersecurity (so 80’, uh?! 😀 ) is a fundamental asset for every company today (for everyone, indeed).
P.S. Icing on top of the cake, there’s also a version of Drupal involved with 23 known vulnerabilities. Too good to be true, from hacker’s point of view.