Malicious attacks on your website are usually designed to hurt your business by making your site slow, unreliable or unavailable for extended periods of time. This can be done via DDos (distributed denial of service) attacks and prolonged Brute Force Login…
Over the past year or two there has been an unprecedented flurry of hacking activity worldwide. A massive botnet emanating from former Eastern Bloc countries has been specifically targeting WordPress and other CMS systems with a view to accessing administrative accounts. On top of that, there have been widespread brute force attacks targeting Cpanel hosting […]
Attacks on WordPress are not just based on brute force login efforts. Blackhole Exploit Kit, Blackhole Exploit Kit Detection, Phoenix Exploit Kit, Rogue Scanner and JS Redir attacks are currently the most prevalent of all website threats globally. These can destroy your website’s online reputation and drive your visitors elsewhere. Malware may be installed onto visitors […]
Wordpress security breaches are not an uncommon occurrence. WordPress-powered websites are far from being immune to hackers, although the latest release/s address many earlier security issues. WordPress, like other content management systems and forums such as phpBB, vBulletin, is a major target for hackers and spammers. Basic prophylactic measures need not be complicated or expensive.