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How to Securing Web Server

Here in this tutorial we are talking about the basics of the steps required when securing Web server. Hacking is regularly performed by automated scripts written to scour the Internet in an attempt to exploit known website security issues in software. Here are 8 basic tips to help keep your server safe secure and online. […]

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Patchman

Hosting providers suffer on a daily basis from the consequences of the many security vulnerabilities found in commonly used CMS’s such as WordPress, Drupal and Joomla. Patchman Patchman detects these vulnerabilities and is able to safely patch them without assistance from your customer. Because of our unique approach, you can also be rest assured that […]

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Wordfence Security Plugin

We found new intresting malware that infected WordPress and Wordfence Security plugin. This malware filename is random numeric with php extension. Unlink When it just executed from remote GET Request, it remove itself at first. So it’s difficult know what happened on server and what case infection to WordPress and Wordfence. wp-blog-header.php It modifying WordPress […]

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PHP Cookie Injection

We found lot off new activies again somekind bot network: If we look this line number 19: wp-load.php from auditlog and found there cookie ID & CODE payload (php eval): Our commerical ModSecurity rules detect these and block them!

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Linux Server Hardening Security Tips

Securing your Linux server is important to protect your and customers data, intellectual property, and time, from the hands of crackers/hackers. The system administrator is responsible for security Linux Server. 1. Use only Encrypt Data Communication Because all data transmitted over a network is open to monitoring. Encrypt transmitted data whenever possible with password or […]

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HTTPOXY Vulnerability

The HTTPOXY vulnerability which has been found recently is a vulnerability that affects applications that run in cgi or cgi-like environments. This means that the issue affects almost all web servers including Apache and Nginx and also most PHP applications. Even the mod_php mode on apache is affected. There is a common system environment variable […]

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