Sucuri Review: Digital Marketing Agencies and Website Security

Based in Melbourne, Australia for over 17 years, 24Digital knows what it takes to succeed in the ever-evolving digital marketing space which is no longer a world resting on desktop alone. The goal is to be an extension to every client’s marketing department, a true partnership to launch or rebuild effective websites – from WordPress to Magento ecommerce sites, and everything in between.

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Introducing the New Sucuri Customer Dashboard

Over the course of the last year, our teams have been getting creative and making a collaborative effort to improve the experience of our customer dashboard. Website security is multifaceted and we understand the logistical complexities of managing multiple sites. That’s why we are continually brainstorming ways to make the management of your website security tools more streamlined.

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Sucuri Monitoring Dashboard Update

We are happy to share some big changes to the monitoring dashboard. The Sucuri Platform features a monitoring dashboard that provides information regarding the security of your website. If you’re not familiar with the monitoring piece of our platform, it’s a cloud-based Intrusion Detection System (IDS) built on the concept of a Network-Based Integrity Monitoring System (NBIMS).

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Ecommerce Security – Customer Data Breaches Using Images

Since late last year, there has been a steady rise in malware campaigns that aim to steal sensitive personal information and financial credentials. Attackers often insert pieces of malicious code in the middle of a shopping cart process, allowing them to leak credit card numbers, billing addresses, and identification numbers.

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WordPress Security – Unwanted Redirects via Infected JavaScript Files

We’ve been watching a specific WordPress infection for several months and would like to share details about it. The attacks inject malicious JavaScript code into almost every .js file it can find. Previous versions of this malware injected only jquery.js files, but now we remove this code from hundreds of infected files.

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Testing the Impacts of Website Caching Tools

Northon Torga Espanol Portugues Try to remember what you ate for lunch yesterday. It took you about 3-5 seconds, right? Ok. Now recall that memory once more. Took you less than a second this time, for sure. You remembered much faster the second time around because you didn’t have to “query” that information again from your brain’s “storage”.

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GoDaddy+= Sucuri: Building a Security Platform For Every Website Owner

Authored by Daniel & Tony We are happy to announce that as of today Sucuri will be joining the GoDaddy family. This acquisition will bring the best of both worlds. It will allow us to expand our product-line to all GoDaddy customers, while also remaining true to our foundation supporting all our current and future…

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SF9 Realex Magento Module Targeted by Credit Card Scrapers

Attackers are constantly developing new techniques to compromise ecommerce websites and steal sensitive data. Over the last several weeks, we tracked massive attacks against Magento sites where attackers are injecting malicious scripts that create functions designed to steal credit card information. This technique is not restricted to Magento core files.

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SQL Injection Vulnerability in NextGEN Gallery for WordPress

Security Risk: Critical Exploitation Level: Easy/Remote DREAD Score: 9 Vulnerability: SQL Injection Patched Version: 2.1.79 As part of a vulnerability research project for our Sucuri Firewall (WAF), we have been auditing multiple open source projects looking for security issues. While working on the WordPress plugin NextGEN Gallery, we discovered a severe SQL Injection vulnerability.

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WordPress Security – Fake TrafficAnalytics Website Infection

Several months ago, our research team identified a fake analytics infection, known as RealStatistics. The malicious Javascript injection looks a lot like tracking code for a legitimate analytics service. RealStatistics even set up fake analytics websites designed to trick webmasters who took a few steps to investigate the unfamiliar script.

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New Guide on How to Fix Hacked Magento Sites

Ecommerce refers to websites that involve online purchases. This functionality sparks new challenges, concerns, and requirements for website security. Online shopping, to many people, is almost synonymous with a certain kind of risk – and not without good reason. Over the holidays, we wrote a lot about the rise of credit card swipers.

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Labs Notes Monthly Recap – Jan/2017

Every month we recap the latest posts on Sucuri Labs, written by our Malware Research Team (MRT) and Incident Response Teams (IRT). The Sucuri Labs website provides technical analysis and industry updates directly from our teams on the front line. You can read past monthly recaps for an overview of the posts we’ve released each…

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Website Application Firewalls (WAF) – Practical Approach to Website Security

In 2016, I shared some thoughts about firewalls in general; their history and purpose in the information security domain. The point of the article was to help website owners differentiate between the types of firewalls they might encounter. Today, I will shift my focus specifically to website application firewalls (WAF).

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Fake bb_press Plugin Redirects to Mobile Pornography

When a website is hacked, we often find that attackers have injected multiple backdoors, web shells, and malicious code that allows them to regain access if the original vulnerability is patched. This allows hackers to continue abusing the website and server resources. One of the techniques they use is to add fake extensions that perform various malicious activities.

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Website Malware Targets Mobile Platforms

Navigating the web on a mobile device can be tricky even when you’re browsing clean sites. If hackers are involved, the frustration of a pop-up can turn into the dangerous possibility of harmful mobile malware. The increase in mobile internet browsing has prompted attackers to adapt their techniques, targeting mobile-specific platforms and distributing spam and…

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Session Stealer Script Used In OpenCart

With so many open-source ecommerce platforms available in the market, selling online is an appealing and easy option for any store owner. In a few clicks you can set up an online storefront and sell your products. While the process to get the site up may be simple, there are always risks that arise when asking visitors to enter sensitive data.

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Removing Images from Google Local Business Listings

As a business owner, the last thing you want is for a potential customer to search Google for your business and find a lewd image. The way your website appears to searchers is incredibly important to your brand reputation and trustworthiness. Search engine optimization (SEO) professionals constantly experiment with ways to satisfy Google’s secret and mysterious algorithm.

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