Jan 15 gelt kernel: Module g_label failed to register: 17 Jan 15 gelt kernel: module_register: module g_part_gpt already exists!Jan 15 gelt kernel: Module g_part_gpt failed to register: 17 Jan 15 gelt kernel: CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.40GHz (2394.05-MHz 686-class CPU) Jan 15 gelt kernel: Origin = "Genuine Intel" Id = 0xf41 Family = 0xf Model = 0x4 Stepping = 1 Jan 15 gelt kernel: Features=0xbfebfbff Line 59 tells us the version. Lines 62-63 relate to something else I have encountered and fixed before.
Jan 15 gelt kernel: Copyright (c) 1992-2014 The Free BSD Project.
This additional security disclosure, an vulnerability, was announced to exist in both Word Press 4.7 and 4.7.1 -- earlier versions of Word Press are apparently not vulnerable.
This vulnerability allows attackers to bypass standard Word Press security measures in order to change content, so if you haven't already, we strongly recommend you update Word Press 4.7.2 right now!
If you have not already updated your Word Press website to version 4.7.2, you need to do so immediately!
Although there were three security fixes disclosed in the original Word Press 4.7.2 Security Release posted last week, an additional security fix was disclosed on February 1st.