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MDS An Intelligent Malware Database Scanner for Websites

Oct 16, 2020 2:50:01 PM / by Vitalii Rudnykh posted in Imunify360, MDS, Developer Blog, Advice, Malware Scanner

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    What if we told you that ~15% of infection sources are database infections? If you have ever tried to clean up malicious injections (usually, ...
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File Quarantine is No Longer Effective

Oct 9, 2020 1:54:57 PM / by Dmitry Tkachuk posted in Imunify360, ImunifyAV, Antivirus, Advice, Malware Scanner

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    This article wants to inform you about the changes in the next Imunify360 and ImunifyAV versions regarding file quarantining in the Malware ...
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Stored Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability in Post Grid WordPress plugin

Oct 8, 2020 2:08:02 PM / by Marat Sataev posted in Imunify360, Vulnerability, Developer Blog, Advice, WordPress

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    The high severity vulnerability in Post Grid WordPress plugin that appeared in public resources is suspected to be the cause of attackers’ ...
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Proactive Defense. It is time to enable it!

Oct 5, 2020 4:20:03 PM / by Marat Sataev posted in Imunify360, Developer Blog, Advice, ProactiveDefence

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    Frequently during an investigation of malicious activity, we face infections that spread through the attack vector that could not be covered by ...
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Critical Vulnerability In File Manager Plugin For WordPress

Sep 4, 2020 9:17:28 PM / by Marat Sataev posted in Imunify360, Vulnerability, Developer Blog, Advice, WordPress

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    On Wednesday, 2 September, the Imunify360 Web Protection Team detected a significant rise in blocked malware that day. Most of the malware was ...
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“Malicious Checker” WordPress Plugin with Malware

Aug 26, 2020 3:00:00 PM / by Naveen Velusamy posted in Imunify360, Antivirus, Advice, WordPress

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    As part of Imunify360’s proactive malware research activities, we recently identified that a plugin named Malicious Checker from WordPress ...
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Wide-scale Brute Force Attacks Took Place on July 24, 2020

Aug 17, 2020 3:00:00 PM / by Marat Sataev posted in Imunify360, Advice, WordPress

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    Brute force attacks are the most commonly spread type of cyber attack. The goal of the attacker is to gain access to a popular Content Management ...
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Imunify360 Live Webinar, Friday 14 August: New Features and Updates

Aug 10, 2020 7:50:24 PM / by Greg Zemskov posted in Imunify360, Antivirus, Advice

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    WATCH THE WEBINAR RECORDING   At 11 am EST on Friday 14 August, we’ll be conducting a live webinar on the new features and updates of Imunify360. ...
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Customizing Google reCAPTCHA Keys

Jul 23, 2020 2:26:26 PM / by Dmitry Tkachuk posted in Imunify360, Advice, reCAPTCHA

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    Prior to version 4.9, Imunify360 used embedded reCAPTCHA keys to show Google reCAPTCHA challenge for greylisted IP addresses and did not require ...
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Vulnerable PressForward WordPress Plugin Was Available Almost a Year

Jul 20, 2020 2:32:42 PM / by Andrey Kucherov posted in Imunify360, Vulnerability, Developer Blog, Advice, WordPress

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    The Imunify security team recently detected a vulnerable plugin in the WordPress plugin directory. It’s called PressForward, and it’s used to ...
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