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Decoding Security 114: Spring Cleaning

Gearing up for another annual spring cleaning? Add a digital deep clean to your to-do list! Our hosts, Jessica Ortega and Ramuel Gall, share easy and valuable tips for conducting a digital spring clean of your website and everyday devices. With their help, you’ll be able to spring into the rest of the year with updated and more secure devices!

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SiteLock Wins Big in the Info Security Products Guide 2018 Global Excellence Awards!

We’re excited to announce that SiteLock earned Gold, Silver, and Bronze recognition in the Info Security Products Guide 2018 Global Excellence Awards with its inaugural entry.

SiteLock® INFINITY took home Gold in the Security Monitoring category, further reinforcing its reputation and performance as an industry-leading malware and vulnerability detection and remediation solution. INFINITY combines deep website scanning, automatic malware removal and core content management system (CMS) security patching with unrivaled accuracy and frequency, delivering the highest level of protection against security threats and vulnerabilities in today’s ever evolving cyber world.

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SiteLock Threat Intercept

Threat Intercept: Fake IonCube Malware Found in the Wild

THREAT SUMMARY

 

Medium Threat
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First Identifiable Data: 02/01/2018

CVD ID: N/A

Trend Name: Value

Vector: Multiple

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While reviewing an infected site, the SiteLock Research team found a number of suspiciously named, obfuscated files that appear almost identical to legitimate ionCube-encoded files. We determined the suspicious ionCube files were malicious, and found that hundreds of sites and thousands of files were affected. We will discuss the defining features of the malware, its purpose, and discuss mitigation for infected sites.

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Drupal Releases Critical Security Updates

Last week Drupal released version 8.4.5, which addressed several critical security vulnerabilities.  The Drupal development team is urging all Drupal sites to upgrade immediately to avoid possible exploitation of these vulnerabilities in the core application.

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Ask the Expert: Q&A with Morten Rand-Hendriksen

Brought to you by SiteLock, Ask the Expert is our new Q&A series where we learn from industry innovators, thought leaders, and entrepreneurs about how they’re influencing their field. Throughout this series, you’ll find our interviewees share one commonality: they’re passionate about open-source content management systems (CMS), like WordPress, Joomla! and Drupal. Join us as we dive into a variety of subjects, including social media, blogging and website security.

We are excited to kick-off Ask the Expert with Morten Rand-Hendriksen, web developer, author, educator, and WordPress mover and shaker!

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Decoding Security 113: What A Disaster

The 2018 Winter Olympics got off to a shaky start this year thanks to a cyberattack. The attack took down the official Olympics website, preventing access to tickets, thus preventing many ticket holders from attending the opening ceremonies. This kind of cyberattack could happen to any size organization at any time. In fact, it could happen to any person at any time. Cybercriminals often hack into individuals’ personal computers, allowing them access to private online assets, like family photos. No matter who you are, it’s important to put together an incident response plan (IRP) to protect your information should a crisis occur. In this week’s episode, our hosts share a few simple steps that anyone can take to create a response plan.

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SiteLock INFINITY Wins Gold in 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards!

Company Also Earns Silver and Bronze Across Additional Categories

We’re excited to announce that SiteLock earned Gold, Silver, and Bronze recognition across multiple categories in the 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards!

SiteLock® INFINITY took home the Gold in the Best Website Security category, further reinforcing its reputation and performance as an industry-leading malware and vulnerability detection and remediation solution. As the only product on the market to offer continuous scanning, automatic malware removal and complete automated CMS core security patching, INFINITY offers unparalleled protection in today’s evolving cyber world.

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Ecommerce Patching Comes To SMART PLUS

In December, SiteLock introduced its revolutionary new product SMART PLUS – an industry first offering robust open source content management system (CMS) protection.  In addition to protecting the three most popular CMS platforms Joomla!, WordPress, and Drupal, SMART PLUS now protects  the two most popular eCommerce platforms: WooCommerce and Magento.

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Decoding Security 112: Back Up or Pay Up – Dissecting Ransomware

A few cybercriminals recently hit the jackpot – literally. “Jackpotting,” a hack that forces ATMs to dispense large amounts of cash on demand, hit the cybercrime scene in a big way, with six reported cases in the United States during the last week of January alone. In other cybersecurity news, exercise tracking app Strava and its public heatmap of user activity raised serious privacy concerns this week. A sharp-eyed student noticed that small, secluded areas of high Strava activity in countries like Syria, Afghanistan, and Somalia could potentially indicate the locations of several US military bases.

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Decoding Security 111: Email Security Mistakes

Looking for a date in time for Valentine’s Day? If you’re using Tinder, be careful when swiping right. Cybersecurity researchers discovered security flaws in the popular dating app that could allow hackers to discover users’ private data and personal preferences, like the photos of users they’ve swiped right or left on. In other cybersecurity news, a cybercrime “conglomerate” named Zirconium has been found responsible for the largest malvertising operation of 2017. Using a network of 28 fake ad agencies, Zirconium strategically placed ads that led users to malicious websites pushing scams or fake software updates. The campaigns were so successful – and so sneaky – that they generated 1 billion ad views in 2017.

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