There is no more frustrating experience than knowing you need something, but not knowing which questions to ask. This resonates with website owners when they are told they need to add (yet another) security solution to their tech stack – and it’s called a Website Application Firewall (WAF).
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.
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…
We are starting to see remote command execution (RCE) attempts trying to exploit the latest WordPress REST API Vulnerability. These RCE attempts started today after a few days of attackers (mostly defacers) rushing to vandalize as many pages as they could.
Using fake AddThis services and a malicious image to redirect users to a tech support scam, this malware campaign hides itself inside WordPress core files.