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Website Attacks – SQL Injection And The Threat They Present -
Phishing with help from Compromised WordPress Sites -
Website Security: A Case of SEO Poisoning -
Joomla! 3.3.5 Released – Fixing High Priority Security Issues -
Bash – ShellShocker – Attacks Increase in the Wild – Day 1 -
Bash Vulnerability – Shell Shock – Thousands of cPanel Sites are High Risk -
Security Advisory – Hikashop Extension for Joomla! -
Website Malware – Curious .htaccess Conditional Redirect Case -
Conditional Malicious iFrame Targeting WordPress Web Sites -
"75 percent of mobile apps will fail security tests through end of 2015"
RT @symantec: Uncle Sam Drops $3 Million to Kill the Password
RT @spookerlabs: They just changed @JHerbrandson talk to 1pm, in 15 minutes from now. Go go go @sucuri_security #AppSecUSA
WordFence WordPress Security Plugin Pushes a Security Update -
Understanding the WordPress Security Plugin Ecosystem -
Website Security – Compromised Website Used To Hack Home Routers -
Security Advisory – VirtueMart Extension for Joomla! -
Microsoft IIS Web Server – CMD Process Contributing to Website Reinfections -
Thanks for getting the news out there "@kathypop Vulnerabilities found in the premium WP plugin Slider Revolution"
Brian Krebs has the most up-to-date write up on the Home Depot breach. Give him a follow @briankrebs
If you see a tweet with a link to a celeb photo, it could be malware (like the oldest trick in the malware book)
RT @LisaSabinWilson: Go Seahawks!
Back them files up "@syncsage Good read on the importance of backing up via @sucuri_security"
It was awesome hanging, @williamsba! See you in a few weeks bro. Safe travels!
DradCamp detox starts today.
The Matador! #dradcamp williamsba @ Carnitas Express
@DearCustomerRel no problem, that's the price we pay to understand where we went wrong. Thanks for that.
A good real-world application of code delivered to the world without enough thought given to information security
ICYMI we had some thoughts on security "@TamiSavage Thoughts on WordPress Security and Vulnerabilities | Sucuri Blog"
Everywhere you look, there is help to learn the basics of WP security. Check out the @ithemes webinars for starters
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