Tag Archives: Drupal

Finding Conditional SEO Spam in Drupal

Nobody likes spam. It’s never fun (unless you’re watching Monty Python). For us it comes with the territory; removing SEO spam has been at the core of what we deal with since our inception, giving us some pretty good insights into the various strategies black hats employ.  From time to time however, we find ourselvesRead More Info »

Ask Sucuri: Differentiate Between Security Firewalls

Question: How should a website owner differentiate between Firewalls? What do they do? The term “firewall” is not new. It is common terminology in the world of technology and security, and possibly common enough that even non-technical people have a basic understanding of what a firewall is. Its meaning actually extends beyond security. The brick walls thatRead More Info »

10 Tips to Improve Your Website Security

In recent years there has been a proliferation of great tools and services in the web development space. Content management systems (CMS) like WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal and so many other allow business owners to quickly and efficiently build their online presences. Their highly extensible architectures, rich plugin, module, extension ecosystem have made it easier thanRead More Info »

The Psychology Behind Why Websites Get Hacked

It’s an everyday conversation for security professionals that interact with everyday website owners. The one where we have to explain that just because everything seems fine, doesn’t mean that the best security practices shouldn’t be followed, or that being safe so far doesn’t grant future invincibility. The question, “Why should I worry?” is heard so More Info »

Highly Critical SQL Injection Vulnerability Patched in Drupal Core

The Drupal team just released a security update for Drupal 7.x to address a highly critical SQL injection vulnerability. This bug can be exploited remotely by non-authenticated users and was classified as “Highly Critical” by the Drupal Security team. More information is available in their public advisory: Posted by Drupal Security Team on October 15, More Info »