How to Avoid Being Hacked

Failing to protect your website and its contents can result in your site being hacked and exposed to vicious malware and trojans. Many web-based businesses have failed because of a lack of website security and there have been many cases of people having their personal information stolen as a result. Additionally, Google may blacklist your website […]

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Going Beyond Confirmed Web Security Flaws

As I wrote in my previous post about low-hanging fruit and the 2011 Verizon Data Breach Report, I’m a strong believer in finding out where your Web systems are bleeding and focusing on those issues first. It’s the basic principle of triage – finding, and fixing, the urgent issues on the important systems. The thing […]

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Malware, Spyware, Trojans… The Many Forms of a Website Virus

Malware, otherwise referred to as a Malicious Software Program, is harmful software which can infiltrate your website and cause major irreversible damage via website hacking. Website malware can find its way into your site, perform modifications to your content, and gain access to not only your own personal information, but your customer’s sensitive information as […]

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Barracuda Networks Breached

Introduction On April 11th 2011, at nine in the evening, Barracuda Networks posted a grim entry on their blog. Their network had been hacked. Thousands of their confidential customer and employee records were stolen. In an ironic twist of fate, the company that advocates security through it’s own Web Application Firewall were victims to the […]

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Special Event Hosted by ComGuard

ComGuard, official Acunetix WVS Reseller in the United Arab Emirates, are to be hosting a special event! An Acunetix Knowledge Quiz will be hosted from their website and participants with the most correct answers will win an Acer Notebook.

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