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AskSecPro: Feature-Based Malware Detection

Last year we published an #AskSecPro series where we explained how signature-based malware analysis works, as well as how traditional signatures are created. An area we don’t often talk about in public channels, but has played a pivotal role in SiteLock becoming a global leader in website security solutions, is our research and development efforts in new security technologies. In addition to our more traditional approaches to malware detection, SiteLock continues to explore new frontiers in technological improvement to push the field of security research forward. For some time SiteLock has been developing machine learning mechanisms as part of its process for discovering new malware iterations on an automatic basis. Our research in the field has shown that machine learning promises to be an important part of early malware detection and preliminary identification. One of the most significant breakthroughs we’ve had in machine learning as it pertains to malware detection and signatures, has been in feature-based signature analysis.

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SiteLock Delivers Message of Website Security to 2017 ABA Tech Show

The SiteLock team is back in Scottsdale after attending the 31st annual ABA Tech Show in Chicago, IL. We spent our time discussing the importance of website security with hundreds of law professionals and provided insight to the common security risks law firms face today.

We were lucky enough to be a Gold Level partner at the 3-day event in the “Windy City,” which kicked off Wednesday, March 15th, and wrapped up Saturday, March 20th, 2017.

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A Day of REST Boston: Wide Awake

A Day of REST Boston was a one-day conference all about the WordPress REST API. Speakers included members of the team who are building the REST API, and developers using it in production websites. Attendees learned how to use the REST API for their projects, along with insights into best practices, tools, coding, and specific use cases.

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SiteLock Recognized in 2017 Gartner MQ for Application Security Testing

We are excited to share that SiteLock has been named to the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing for the second year in a row! Designed to analyze and test applications for security vulnerabilities, application security testing (AST) is growing faster than any other security market, according to Gartner.

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Fake Joomla! Plugin Keyscaptcha Still in the Wild

Fake plugins and extensions are a favorite, and particularly sneaky, way to inject malicious content into popular CMS platforms. Fake plugins disguise their malicious intent by mimicking the form and function of legitimate plugins. We will discuss a not-so-well-known fake Joomla! extension, what it does, and what you can do to protect your site from such attacks.

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WikiLeaks: Many Internet Connected Devices Have Vulnerabilities

A series of internal CIA documents released Tuesday by WikiLeaks serve as a reminder that any computer, smartphone or other device connected to the internet is vulnerable to compromise.

The 8,761 documents detail a CIA hacking program with 5,000 registered users that produced more than a thousand hacking systems, Trojans, viruses, and other “weaponized” malware. The scale of the program was so massive that by 2016, its hackers had utilized more code than what is currently used to run Facebook.

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Ask a Security Professional: WordPress Database Security Part Two — Best Practices

In Part One of our #AskSecPro series on WordPress Database Security, we learned about the anatomy of WordPress. Now that we have a firm understanding of the role the WordPress MySQL database plays in a WordPress installation, we can take a look at the various ways an adversary can exploit the mechanisms involved. We’ll also explore some of the ways to defend your database against compromise.

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AskSecPro: What is #Cloudbleed?

Over the last few days you may have heard the term #Cloudbleed thrown around the water cooler. Some of the questions our customers are asking us include,  “What is Cloudbleed?” and “Am I protected from Cloudbleed?” As your resident Security Professional, I’ll be glad to help you to understand what the Cloudbleed buzz is all about and how it may impact you.

— First, I want to be very clear that the Cloudbleed bug does NOT impact SiteLock TrueShield™ WAF/CDN. More below.

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SiteLock Wins Best of Cool Award

SiteLock Earns “Best of Cool” Award by BestCompaniesAZ!

We are excited to announce that SiteLock has been named one of the 2017 100 Best Companies in Arizona by BestCompaniesAZ! Even more exciting, we’ve been recognized in the category “Best of Cool,” which honors Arizona’s top organizations that create strong, unique corporate cultures and promote creativity and innovation.

We are lucky to have an excellent team of dedicated individuals who work hard to support the growth and success of our company. Our open working environment offers lots of transparency and employee freedom to share ideas and challenge the status quo. We operate under a true open-door policy and try our best to ensure our employees enjoy coming to work each day.

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SiteLock is a WordCamp Global Community Sponsor for 2017!

We are excited to announce that SiteLock is a WordCamp Global Community Sponsor this year! After sponsoring 17 WordCamps and attending 40 in 2016, becoming a 2017 global sponsor was an obvious next step for us, and we look forward to expanding our support within the community this year!

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