There’s a new zeroday attack in the wild that’s surreptitiously installing malware on fully-patched computers. It does so by exploiting a vulnerability in most or all versions of Microsoft Word.
DNSChanger Malware that targets computers are rather common but malware that targets routers are a completely different thing. Researchers from the security firm Proofpoint have discovered that the way it operates is similar to the recently discovered Stegano malware.
Drive-by attacks that install the once-feared TeslaCrypt crypto ransomware are now able to bypass EMET, a Microsoft-provided tool designed to block entire classes of Windows-based exploits.
SQL injection attacks are the most common way that hackers gain access to websites and steal sensitive data, by exploiting vulnerabilities in web applications that interface with back-end databases.
Whether you’re inexperienced with WordPress, or you’ve been using the platform since its existence, this article has 10 practical and supper effective ways to secure your WordPress blog that anybody can implement.