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What You Need to Know about Website Malware

  As you may know, many types of website malware exist — millions. They are meant to cause untold chaos and damage by their very nature. Malware can either hit and destroy or can lay dormant until activated. And it doesn’t discriminate. Your aunt’s blog is as vulnerable as a large national retailer. Worse, your reputation, traffic, and income will likely suffer if your website is infected. And, it’s not just a problem for the webmaster. Malicious code attempts to infect the computers of site visitors also. Suspicious activity or signs of website malware make your site appear untrustworthy, damaging…

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Malware, Security

2022 Malware Survival Guide

“Malicious” + “Software” = Malware Malware is essentially the same as a human virus. It’s an umbrella term for malicious or intrusive software that a computer can catch from an outside source; it is any file, software, etc., that is intended to hurt a computer or user.   Malware can take over a computer and make it do things the user may not want it to do, such as sending spam mail, stealing sensitive information, spreading the malware to other computers, etc.   Some sources estimate that in 2022, malware now exceeds the number of legitimate programs available online. Microsoft,…

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Hacking Websites Is Still a Thing — Don’t Get Exploited!

  When it comes to hacking websites, notorious hackers provide stories that, in some cases, are impossible to believe.    But do!    The limits of the human mind are nonexistent when it comes to sleuthing the system. That’s why our goal is always to stay on our toes when keeping your website out of reach and super secure from meddling minds.   Take these three famous hackers: The Department of Justice called Kevin Mitnick the “most wanted computer criminal in U.S. history.” He was also one of the FBI’s Most Wanted after hacking into 40 major corporations.  Graham Ivan…

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