WordPress continued to be the most attacked content management system (CMS) attracting an even higher percentage of CMS centered cyberattacks in 2018, according to a new Sucuri report.

WordPress, which holds a 60 percent market share in the CMS space, was the focus of 90 percent of the attacks, up from 83 percent in 2017, according to tracking firm W3Techs. This level of attention can be explained by the fact that WordPress heavily dominates the CMS market. Its next closest competitor is Joomla! with a 5.3 share, Drupal with 3.5 percent and Shopify with a 2.7 share.

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