Adware is unwanted software designed to throw advertisements up on your screen, most often within a web browser. Some security professionals view it as the forerunner of the modern-day PUP (potentially unwanted program). Typically, it uses an underhanded method to either disguise itself as legitimate, or piggyback on another program to trick you into installing it on your PC, tablet, or mobile device.Read More
When a site gets compromised, the attackers will often leave some piece of malware behind to allow them access back to the site. Hackers want to leave a door open to retain control of the website and to reinfect it continuously. This type of malware is called a backdoor.Backdoors are types of malware that allow for remote control of a compromised website by bypassing appropriate authentication methods.Even after updating a site, changing its passwords, and doing other post-hack procedures, the backdoor might not be removed. Leaving a backdoor in a website allows it to be accessed unexpectedly.Even though there are backdoors written in all languages, the ones we see the most are done in PHP.Read More
- The time for complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is swiftly diminishing, and many organizations yet aren’t prepared.GDPR is a set of rules and regulations supported by the European Parliament, European Council, and European Commission to guarantee data protection for individuals within the European Union (EU), formally takes influence on MayRead More
As we know, threats are increasing day by day. Our countries don’t have any master plan to defend us from this threats.
Recently, the United States and United Kingdom governments published a mutual “Technical Warning” on the threats of “Russian state-sponsored cyber actors.” While timely and targeted, this warning shouldn’t be an astonishment to anyone.Read More