Protect Your Website During National Blog Posting Month

On November 1st, MarketWire and other sites across the Internet announced National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo), an annual ritual for dedicated bloggers. Blogger Eden Kennedy launched NaBloPoMo in 2006; the event has grown to include thousands of bloggers, and it’s now celebrated officially under the auspices of BlogHer, Inc. (www.blogher.com). NaBloPoMo generates themes and daily […]

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Automate more with the new Acunetix WVS 8 build

The new Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner build number 20121106 includes a number of new features, new security checks, product improvements and as well bug fixes. To help web security experts automate their work, in this new build we included a new feature that allows you to schedule up to 2,000 website security scans via a […]

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Website Vulnerabilities Will Cost You

Note: This article refers to an older version of Acunetix. Click here to download the latest version. Even the best websites are vulnerable to hacking. Though web security continues to improve, hackers are constantly developing new ways to attack and disable corporate and government sites. Hackers are now attacking web-based applications, including shopping carts, webforms, […]

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Keeping Your WordPress Blog Secure

If you have a WordPress blog or website, you’ll want a regular chain of visitors. Whether you’re sharing your personal opinions on niche topics or you’re running a business, here are a few tips you can use to make sure your WordPress Blog is secure and your visitors are safe from malware or other online […]

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The Aftermath of an Online Attack

If you have a website, whether personal or business, that makes you a potential target for an online attack. After all, cyber crime is at an all time high as hackers can make a living from selling private or corporate data. Some people still don’t take online security seriously – they think that if their […]

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National Weather Service Hacked

The National Weather Service has been hacked by the Kosova Hacker’s security group, leading to sensitive server information being leaked. The group managed to hack into the server using a Local File Inclusion (LFI) vulnerability in the weather.gov website. As the name denotes, Local File Inclusion (LFI) is the process of including a file or […]

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