On May 1, 2010, Hosting providers were hacked again with malicious attacks similar to last month containing the kdjkfjskdfjlskdjf dot com code. WPSecurityLock has reported several sites that have been hacked for a second time. The variation appears to be the same script redirecting to different … Read more about Breaking News! Dangerous Malware Alert – Self-Hosted Sites On Major Hosting Service Hacked Again!
Many have heard the old cliche, "the haves versus the have-nots". Fewer may be aware of Steve Gibson's quote on hard drives: "There are two kinds of hard drives, those that have crashed and those that have not crashed yet!" I am proposing a mashup of these two quotes into "The Hacked" and "The … Read more about May Day Mayday! “The Hacked” And “The Hacked-Nots”
Currently, WordPress works on both PHP 4 and PHP 5 based platforms. However, soon WordPress will not longer support PHP 4. As you're probably aware WordPress 3.0 is soon to be released to the public. It has been said that many features will be coded to run in PHP 5 only. Some existing features, such … Read more about How to Upgrade from PHP 4.x to PHP 5.x at Go Daddy
WordPress blogs hosted on Go Daddy and other hosting companies were hacked by another malicious attack on April 24, 2010 at 6:54am. What was visible in the source code was This is dangerous malware! It tries to infect your visitors computers with a virus. If a visitor is not protected with a … Read more about Cechirecom.com.js.php – WordPress Hacked | Case Study
What is Sandboxie? This video will show you a brief overview of a wonderful program called Sandboxie. With Sandboxie, you can safely surf the web without worrying about malicious malware or viruses affecting the rest of your computer. You can also use it for simply testing a program on your … Read more about Sandboxie – The Safer Way to Surf the Web
Want to know why WordPress security is so important? If you're self-hosting WordPress, then listen to our Radio Interview on Night Cap with Larry & Kelli, which aired on BlogTalkRadio April 22, 2010. We discussed our WordPress Security Services, why malicious hackers hack, the roadmaps that … Read more about WordPress Security Radio Interview at Night Cap
The last two WordPress websites that we dehacked, infected with the Ninoplas Base64 malware, were both hosted at *Godaddy with many similarities. How to remove the Ninoplas Base64 virus? This can be done by using the Godaddy's Linux hosting restore feature. On average, it takes around 14 to 20 … Read more about Ninoplas Base64 WordPress Hacked on Godaddy | Case Study
Over the last couple of week, many WordPress websites hosted at Network Solutions were attacked with malicious code. Now, it's happening again. But...it's not just affecting sites running WordPress, it's also infecting Joomla and HTML sites too. According to stopmalvertising.com, this malicious … Read more about WordPress Blogs Hacked Again iframe Corpadsinc – Network Solutions