Some of the latest website security threats originate from thriving dark web marketplaces for TLS/SSL certificates, which often come packaged with other cybercrime services.
Security researchers discovered a hidden HTTP directory that is allowing threat actors to install Shade ransomware on WordPress and Joomla websites.
Whether or not you plan on using DNS cookies or DNSSEC, foreseeing an upgrade plan for your software to the latest version made available as part of DNS Flag Day is highly advised.
Researchers observed an attack campaign distributing fake browser updates to infect website visitors with ransomware and banking malware.
University of Maryland researchers warn that with limited resources, threat actors could launch a successful cyberattack on Google's bot-detecting reCaptcha service.
This past summer saw a pair of Drupal security flaws exposed and patched. Is your website secure?
Malvertising isn't just a nuisance for internet users — it puts businesses and their customers at risk and compromises the integrity of the online advertising ecosystem.
A recent study suggested that small business cybersecurity threats are on the rise, as evidenced by the fact that the average small business website sustained 44 attacks per day during Q4 2017.
According to security firm Menlo, many popular websites are more vulnerable to internet security threats such as typosquatting and background attacks than their reputations would suggest.
Owners of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) should follow these IT security best practices to protect their data and gain a competitive advantage.