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HostAdvice Great Uptime Award Earned by Serveria

We are pleased to announce our company has earned a Great Uptime award by HostAdvice. The award was given by HostAdvice after monitoring our uptime for 2 months.

Vulnerability in outdated theme and plugin takes WordPress site visitors to unwanted websites

Researchers at Sucuri have discovered a new WordPress redirect campaign that takes the website visitors to sites that they wouldn’t like to visit. The attackers have infected the websites through tagDiv themes and Ultimate Member plugin, both of which together have over 100,000+ active installations. According to Sucuri researchers, the visitors are redirected to websites […]

23 million Germans victimized by cybercrimes in 2017, study says

Cybercrime claimed as many as 23 million victims in Germany over the course of 2017, equivalent to some 38 percent of all adults who are regularly online, the U.S. computer security company Norton by Symantec said on Tuesday. The company put the total damage caused at almost 2.2 billion euros ($2.7 billion). Identity theft, followed […]

Keylogging Malware Infects More Than 5,000 WordPress Sites

The domain has been taken down after infecting thousands of WordPress sites with cryptocurrency mining and keylogging malware posing as script from trusted web services, according to a Sucuri blog post. The malware had infected at least 5,492 WordPress sites, SC Magazine reports. The keylogging malware was added to malware distributed from fake Cloudflare […]

Internet Freedom Under Global Attack: Report

Internet freedom has declined for a seventh consecutive year, with manipulation of democratic processes through social media, restrictions on VPNs, attacks on netizens and journalists, mobile connectivity shutdowns, and other worrying trends, according to the 2017 Freedom on the Internet report. Freedom House released the annual report with contributions from the Internet Society (ISOC) on […]

Cyberattacks Cost Big Businesses $1.3 Million in 2017

The cost of cyberattacks on large businesses in North America increased to an average of $1.3 million in 2017, according to research released this week by Kaspersky Labs. The report IT Security: cost-center or strategic investment? shows the share of global IT budgets going to security rose from 17 percent (16 percent in North America) […]

Russian parliament bans use of proxy Internet services, VPNs

Russia’s parliament has outlawed the use of virtual private networks, or VPNs, and other Internet proxy services, citing concerns about the spread of extremist materials. The State Duma on Friday unanimously passed a bill that would oblige Internet providers to block websites that offer VPN services. Many Russians use VPNs to access blocked content by […]

CIA Firmware Hacked Popular Wireless Routers Since 2007

For the past decade, the CIA has been able to infiltrate scores of models of wireless routers, gaining access to connected devices from which agents could copy Internet traffic, steal passwords or redirect unwitting users to other sites. Existence of the so-called “Cherry Blossom” firmware modification program is alleged in the latest dump of purportedly […]

WordPress Fixes Security Flaw that Opened Users to Content Injection Attacks

WordPress waited to disclose a REST API Endpoint bug that made sites using WordPress 4.7 and 4.7.1 vulnerable to content injection attacks in order to protect the sites while a security fix was rolled out in WordPress 4.7.2, according to a blog post published Wednesday by WordPress Core Contributor Aaron Campbell. Sucuri security researcher Marc-Alexandre […]

Space: the Ultimate Network Edge

A breakthrough technology developed initially for defense purposes and later commercialized for civilian use is a familiar cadence. One of the most recent examples is free-space optics – a way to use lasers instead of fiber-optic cables to transmit data. Wide adoption of self-driving cars is on the horizon; industrial manufacturers are quickly moving toward […]