How to Avoid Malicious Cyber Monday Campaigns

As consumers prepare to take advantage of the discounts and promotions for the Black Friday and Cyber Monday ecommerce holidays, bad actors are crafting fraudulent websites, phishing, and malware campaigns to capitalize on the profits. In past years, targeted Cyber Monday phishing emails posed a huge risk to consumers. These emails, designed to appear from More Info »

SQL Injection in bbPress

During regular audits of our Sucuri Firewall (WAF), one of our researchers at the time, Slavco Mihajloski, discovered an SQL Injection vulnerability affecting bbPress. If the proper conditions are met, this vulnerability is very easy to abuse by any visitors on the victim’s website. Because details about this vulnerability have been made public today on More Info »

Privacy Pass – “The Math”

This is a guest post by Alex Davidson, a PhD student in Cryptography at Royal Holloway, University of London, who is part of the team that developed Privacy Pass. Alex worked at Cloudflare for the summer on deploying Privacy Pass on the Cloudflare network. During a recent internship at Cloudflare, I had the chance to More Info »

Cloudflare supports Privacy Pass

Enabling anonymous access to the web with privacy-preserving cryptography Cloudflare supports Privacy Pass, a recently-announced privacy-preserving protocol developed in collaboration with researchers from Royal Holloway and the University of Waterloo. Privacy Pass leverages an idea from cryptography — zero-knowledge proofs — to let users prove their identity across multiple sites anonymously without enabling tracking. Users More Info »

Why Attackers Hack Small Sites

You would never leave the front door to your house wide open when you’re not home would you? Doing so would allow criminals to seize the opportunity of stealing your valuables. That’s the same way you can look at website hacking. Leaving your website unprotected is like establishing an open-door policy with hackers, giving them More Info »

New WordPress Security Guide

WordPress has become the most popular CMS and now powers over 28% of the web. With over 60 million downloads, its popularity makes it a prime target for malicious hackers that are looking for vulnerabilities to exploit. If an attacker is able to gain unauthorized access into an insecure website, they can leverage valuable resources More Info »