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When it comes to WordPress security, it’s important to have a solid foundation for looking at your site with a critical eye toward making it more secure.
We submit hundreds of blacklist review requests every day after cleaning our clients’ websites.
In our last post on browser security, we talked about how developing a broader security mindset can help keep your website safe.
If your computer is infected, malware can spread to your website through text editors and FTP clients.
WordPress now has its own official HackerOne account where security researchers can responsibly disclose vulnerabilities to the security team.
Website security is a continuous process.
Cookies are stored in the user’s browser to track behavior on a specific website.
In this guest blog, Chris Andujar of TinyFrog Technologies explains why you should forgo the solo route and instead invest in site maintenance experts.
The Sucuri Firewall dashboard provides a rich set of API functions that can be used to control your firewall settings remotely.
If you own a website and collaborate with others, the principle of least privilege should never be questioned.
Some website hacks aim to make some political statements.
Attackers are constantly developing new techniques to compromise ecommerce websites and steal sensitive data.
In a previous post, we illustrated how attackers were fetching information from compromised sites under their control to display spam content on other hacked websites.
Security researchers at Wordfence are reporting that thousands of hacked home routers are attacking WordPress sites.
After carefully designing a theme and images that represent your brand, nothing is worse than seeing a malicious image suddenly associated with your business or website.
Since late last year, there has been a steady rise in malware campaigns that aim to steal sensitive personal information and financial credentials.
When it comes to cybersecurity, there’s good news and bad news.
We’ve been watching a specific WordPress infection for several months and would like to share details about it.
Everyone has received a phishing scam via email at one point or another.
As you might remember, we recently blogged about a critical Content Injection Vulnerability in WordPress which allowed attackers to deface vulnerable websites.
Just over a week ago, WordPress released version 4.
OWASP, or Open Web Application Security Project is a non-profit dedicated to spreading information on application security.