What is Phishing?

Phishing is a serious threat to any industry. We have seen this topic appear in the news more each day. You might have already received a fraudulent email from what seemed to be your bank or even seen the hacking that took place during the 2016 US presidential election.

Reminder: Popular Browsers To Distrust Symantec SSL/TLS Certificates Starting In October

This is a final reminder that legacy TLS certificates issued by Symantec, including those issued by authorities like Thawte, Geotrust, and RapidSSL which used Symantec as a central authority, will be distrusted by both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox beginning in October.

4 Reasons Why Your WordPress Traffic Can Drop (And How to Tackle Them)

One of the scariest situations you can run into while managing a website is a sudden drop in traffic. Most of us work very hard to build up a steady stream of traffic, so watching it disappear often leads to panic. There are a lot of reasons why your traffic can drop overnight.

New Guide on How to Position Website Security for Customers

Website security is challenging, especially when dealing with a large network of sites. That is why we have created a guide for web professionals and web service providers. Our main objective is to help you understand how to leverage a website security plan for your clients.

Sucuri Enhances Security by Disabling TLS Version 1.0 and 1.1

Protecting our users’ information and privacy is extremely important to us. As a cloud-based security service, we are fully committed to complying with the PCI Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) requirements. That is why Sucuri disabled support for TLS version 1.0 and 1.

Top Tools for Security Analysts in 2018

Last spring, after discussing the tools and tech used by our team, we published a list of 51 Tools for Security Analysts. The article was well-received, and the comments offered some great suggestions to top it all off.

What are Website Backdoors?

When a site gets compromised, the attackers will often leave some piece of malware behind to allow them access back to the site. Hackers want to leave a door open to retain control of the website and to reinfect it continuously. This type of malware is called a backdoor.

Magento Credit Card Stealer Reinfector

In the past few months, we have frequently seen how attackers are infecting Magento installations to scrape confidential information such as credit cards, logins, and PayPal credentials.

New Guide on How to Position Website Security for Customers

Website security is challenging, especially when dealing with a large network of sites. That is why we have created a guide for web professionals and web service providers. Our main objective is to help you understand how to leverage a website security plan for your clients.

Shell Logins as a Magento Reinfection Vector

Recently, we have come across a number of websites that were facing reinfection of a credit card information stealer malware within the following files: app/Mage.php; lib/Varien/Autoload.php; index.php; app/code/core/Mage/Core/functions.

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