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Why Malware on Your Website Should Never Be Ignored

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For website owners unfamiliar with common malware, having malware on your site that doesn’t  cause any obvious issues is seemingly harmless to the site owner. How bad can malware be if it just injects links? If site owners do not understand the repercussions of malware, then they will not take it seriously. It often means that these site owners don’t have the necessary monitoring and malware protection in place to defend sites. For shared hosting providers, this issue can have severe consequences and long-term effects on the server’s reputation and potential profitability.

Why Malware on Your Website Should Never Be Ignored

why-malware-should-never-be-ignored

For website owners unfamiliar with common malware, having malware on your site that doesn’t  cause any obvious issues is seemingly harmless to the site owner. How bad can malware be if it just injects links? If site owners do not understand the repercussions of malware, then they will not take it seriously. It often means that these site owners don’t have the necessary monitoring and malware protection in place to defend sites. For shared hosting providers, this issue can have severe consequences and long-term effects on the server’s reputation and potential profitability.

When Linux antivirus lets you down: How to remove malware from a website manually

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The detection rates of anti-malware and antivirus scanners varies considerably. Knowing how to manually scan for and remove malware is an important and useful skill with which to confirm a scanner's effectiveness or compensate for its failings. In this article, Andrey Kucherov, Malware Analyst at Imunify360, describes some essential manual website malware detection and cleanup techniques. 

When Linux antivirus lets you down: How to remove malware from a website manually

When-Linux-antivirus-lets-you-down

The detection rates of anti-malware and antivirus scanners varies considerably. Knowing how to manually scan for and remove malware is an important and useful skill with which to confirm a scanner's effectiveness or compensate for its failings. In this article, Andrey Kucherov, Malware Analyst at Imunify360, describes some essential manual website malware detection and cleanup techniques. 

Why Malware on a Server is Always a Bad Thing

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In 2020, approximately one million websites hosted on WordPress were actively targeted by cyber-criminals. Large-scale campaigns are common and your server could easily be compromised without you noticing it. Even when malware is silent and undetectable, it can cause long-term side effects that damage your business reputation, customer retention, revenue, and lead generation from search engines. It’s imperative to business continuity that you detect attacks, mitigate ongoing attacks, and remediate them quickly after they are found.

Why Malware on a Server is Always a Bad Thing

why_malware_on_a_server_is_always_a_bad_thing

In 2020, approximately one million websites hosted on WordPress were actively targeted by cyber-criminals. Large-scale campaigns are common and your server could easily be compromised without you noticing it. Even when malware is silent and undetectable, it can cause long-term side effects that damage your business reputation, customer retention, revenue, and lead generation from search engines. It’s imperative to business continuity that you detect attacks, mitigate ongoing attacks, and remediate them quickly after they are found.

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest December 2020

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Despite the fact that the festive season already starts in December, this month was busy for the Imunify Security team. Keep on reading to find out more about the latest package updates and some tips on how to stay secure. Stay safe and hopefully 2021 will bring you a lot of joy and pleasant moments!

Imunify Security - Monthly Digest December 2020

digest_30_days

Despite the fact that the festive season already starts in December, this month was busy for the Imunify Security team. Keep on reading to find out more about the latest package updates and some tips on how to stay secure. Stay safe and hopefully 2021 will bring you a lot of joy and pleasant moments!

What to do if your website is blacklisted

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A hacker might not cause any noticeable damage when infiltrating your web server. You may not notice any change in performance or any loss of data.

What to do if your website is blacklisted

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A hacker might not cause any noticeable damage when infiltrating your web server. You may not notice any change in performance or any loss of data.

WebShield is back, issue fixed

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Here we announced the issue related to WebShield in Imunify360. As a quick-fix measure, we disabled WebShield remotely for the customers. 

WebShield is back, issue fixed

webshield is back issue fixed

Here we announced the issue related to WebShield in Imunify360. As a quick-fix measure, we disabled WebShield remotely for the customers. 

Temporary disabling WebShield in Imunify360

Temporary disabling Webshield in Imunify360

Recently, we’ve noticed an issue related to WebShield in Imunify360. You can recognize it as an infinite loading of the page for a website using Cloudflare. A few customers with more than 75K greylisted IPs might be affected.

Temporary disabling WebShield in Imunify360

Temporary disabling Webshield in Imunify360

Recently, we’ve noticed an issue related to WebShield in Imunify360. You can recognize it as an infinite loading of the page for a website using Cloudflare. A few customers with more than 75K greylisted IPs might be affected.

A post-hack survival guide: cleaning your website after being hacked

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Introduction

Very often, web hosting administrators start to take security measures only after a website has been hacked. So, let us imagine the situation when ImunifyAV has been installed on such an infected server. All malware has been cleaned in one click, and all malicious activity has been stopped.

A post-hack survival guide: cleaning your website after being hacked

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Introduction

Very often, web hosting administrators start to take security measures only after a website has been hacked. So, let us imagine the situation when ImunifyAV has been installed on such an infected server. All malware has been cleaned in one click, and all malicious activity has been stopped.