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2 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
Why Monitor Your Website?
Monitoring your website regularly is the best way to mitigate the risk of attacks. Find out why in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up!
2 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Malware Dropper Takes Advantage of COVID-19 Pandemic
They thought they were downloading COVID-19 mapping software pandemic, but instead they got a malicious payload. Learn more in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up.
2 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
Hackers Target Other Hackers with a Backdoor
Bad actors rely on a lot of different methods to trick website owners - but did you know they can use the same tactics against other bad actors? Learn more in the Sucuri Sync-Up!Learn how to protect your site from cross-site contamination: http://sucur.it/2KmYSIc
2 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
Hackers Love Expired Domains
An expired domain can be valuable to hackers. Find out the kind of domains hackers are shopping for in the Sucuri Sync-Up.
2 minutes | Dec 17, 2020
Watch Out for Hidden Spam!
Hidden spam injections can damage your website's reputation. But how do attackers avoid detection - and what can you do to mitigate risk? Get the answer in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up!
1 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
How Do Web Professionals Handle Security?
For professionals who help clients build their online presence, website security may fly under the radar - and we wanted to know why. Learn how web pros secure their sites in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up.
2 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
What meme are hackers hiding in 2020?
Turns out, hackers love a good meme as much as the rest of us. Find out the meme reference we've found in nearly 10,000 WordPress attacks in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up!
2 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
Website Attackers Masquerade as Sucuri!?!
Website attackers will do anything to cover their tracks. They'll even masquerade their malware as Sucuri! We uncover the fake-out in this week's Sync-Up.
1 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
How Do Hackers Save Time?
If there is one thing hackers enjoy, it's efficiency. That's why they use hacktools to manage frequent and tedious tasks. Find out how they work in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up! 📖 Learn more in our blog: https://sucur.it/3cZgbsE
2 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
CMS-Specific Backdoors Installed By A Dropper
We found the Swiss army knife of malware droppers. It could detect your CMS version and install the proper malware. Users of WordPress, Joomla, OpenCart, and Prestashop are all at equal risk. Learn more in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up! Read more in our blog!
2 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
Protecting Ecommerce Customers for Black Friday 2020
Shopping season is here! With the increase in ecommerce sales caused by the pandemic, now is a perfect time to make sure your sites are PCI-DSS compliant. Learn how to avoid fines and protect your clients at the same time in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up!Read the full blog here: https://blog.sucuri.net/2020/10/securing-your-online-store-for-the-holidays.html
1 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
Website Attack Uses Hastebin for Leverage
Short scripts that deliver malware to a website are nothing new. But we recently found one using Hastebin instead of Pastebin to hide from malware scanners. Find out how it works in the Sucuri Sync-Up - and learn more in our blog: sucur.it/34crefi.
1 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
AT&T Employees Targeted with a Phishing Campaign
Employees at companies of all sizes can be targets of phishing attacks. But certain corporations or industries can be more valuable to an attacker than others. Learn more in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up! Read the full blog: https://sucur.it/35WA3ee
1 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
WordPress Malware Disables Security Plugins
A monitoring system is a great tool for improving website security - but it won't do much good if disabled by an attacker. Find out how to beef up your site's protection in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up!
1 minutes | Oct 6, 2020
Attackers Leverage PHP Functions to Hide Malware
When PHP 7 was released in 2015, it included a multitude of security improvements. As a result, PHP 7 is a very popular scripting language. But that's also why attackers are drawn to it.
1 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
Malicious Users Created in a WordPress Environment
Our research team found malicious code that can add WordPress users and elevate them to admin status. But what made it really interesting was how it retained access. Learn more in this blog: https://sucur.it/2S4JWhN
2 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Malware Targets All Versions of Magento
The Magento 1 end-of-life date has already passed, and hackers are exploiting users struggling with upgrades. Learn how bad actors install backdoors on any version of Magento in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up.
1 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Spammers Target COVID-19 Related Keywords
Spammers are targeting COVID-19 keywords and compromising government websites. Find out how you can check your site for spam in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up!
2 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
Credit Card Skimmer Targets All Magento Versions
A credit card skimmer targeting Magento sites has evolved and is now even harder to detect. Find out how you can protect your customers in the latest Sucuri Sync-Up! Learn more: https://sucur.it/3kWmdh3
1 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
String Concatenation for Hiding Malware
String concatenation has legitimate uses in development, it's also a way for hiding malware. Hackers can even use this technique to pull malicious code from legitimate services. Find out how in this week's Sucuri Sync-Up!
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