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  • Personal Security Guide – Online Accounts

    In our last post on browser security, we talked about how developing a broader security mindset can help keep your website safe. By taking steps to secure your online accounts…

  • Personal Security Guide – Web Browsers

    If your computer is infected, malware can spread to your website through text editors and FTP clients. Weak passwords are also vulnerable to brute force attacks, and using unsecured networks…

  • SQL Injection Vulnerability in Joomla! 3.7

    During regular research audits for our Sucuri Firewall (WAF), we discovered a SQL Injection vulnerability affecting Joomla! 3.7 – CVE-2017-8917. The vulnerability is easy to exploit and doesn’t require a privileged account…

  • Website Availability and Security When Migrating Hosts

    Website security is a continuous process. It’s not something that should be turned on when the time is right; rather integrated into the full scope of how you deploy a…

  • Fake WordPrssAPI Stealing Cookies and Hijacking Sessions

    Cookies are stored in the user’s browser to track behavior on a specific website. They also keep a user logged in during the active browsing session. Without cookies a user…

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