Tag Archives: Conditional Malware

When Your Plugins Turn Against You

Every day we face countless cases of sites getting compromised and infected by an attacker. From there, the sites can be used for various operations like spam campaigns, malware spreading or simply to damage your SEO ranking among other events. The threat may not always come from outside though. There are occasions where we are More Info »

Website Malware Targets Mobile Platforms

Navigating the web on a mobile device can be tricky even when you’re browsing clean sites. If hackers are involved, the frustration of a pop-up can turn into the dangerous possibility of harmful mobile malware. The increase in mobile internet browsing has prompted attackers to adapt their techniques, targeting mobile-specific platforms and distributing spam and More Info »

Ask Sucuri: Is My Website Hacked?

Having your website hacked can be a devastating experience for any website owner. Unfortunately, many website owners rarely know they are infected until days, if not weeks, after the compromise has occurred. Their notification comes in the form of a blacklist or some other alert, including notifications from their users. Neither is ideal. So how… More Info »

Website Malware – Evolution of Pseudo Darkleech

Last March we described a WordPress attack that was responsible for hidden iframe injections that resembled Darkleech injections: declarations of styles with random names and coordinates, iframes with No-IP host names, and random dimensions where the random parts changed on every page load. Back then, we identified that it was not a server-level infection. TheRead More Info »