Mary Kathryn Patterson

By Mary Kathryn Patterson

January 5, 2023

Another day, another episode of the cybersecurity blues. And once again, WordPress has a starring role. According to Bleeping Computer, a previously unknown Linux malware is exploiting over 30 vulnerabilities in outdated WordPress plugins and themes to inject malicious JavaScript. The malware targets both 32-bit and 64-bit Linux systems. The trojan’s main functionality is to hack... Read More →

Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

January 5, 2021

Hackers love websites. Maybe that's overstating the obvious, but in today's hyperconnected digital world, it can't be understated. According to McAfee, hackers produce 300,000 new pieces of malware daily – and on average, 30,000 new websites are hacked every single day. The fact is, websites are easy targets. Not only are they abundant, but they're frequently built using open source... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 26, 2019

The sad truth of the matter is that there are plenty of ways for intruders (and those with bad intentions) to cause website owners a ton of grief. This can range from attacking your website for the purpose of simply taking it down to attempting to hack it to spread malware. To combat this, it's important to be prepared. In this article, we'll share with you how to secure a website in 5... Read More →

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