Tag Archives: Website Backdoor

What are Website Backdoors?

When a site gets compromised, the attackers will often leave some piece of malware behind to allow them access back to the site. Hackers want to leave a door open to retain control of the website and to reinfect it continuously. This type of malware is called a backdoor. What Are Backdoors? Backdoors are types More Info »

Magento Credit Card Stealer Reinfector

In the past few months, we have frequently seen how attackers are infecting Magento installations to scrape confidential information such as credit cards, logins, and PayPal credentials. That is why we have reported on a credit card stealer reinfector of Magento websites in one of our recent Labs Notes. In this post, we describe one of More Info »

A Puzzling Backdoor Upload

After a successful compromise, backdoors are frequently left behind and function as a point of re-entry into the website environment. These malicious pieces of code are a valuable tool for attackers and allow them to bypass any existing access controls into the web server environment. To demonstrate just how common this malware is, in 2017 More Info »

Hacked Website Trend Report – 2017

We are proud to be releasing our latest Hacked Website Trend Report for 2017. This report is based on data collected and analyzed by the Sucuri Remediation Group (RG), which includes the Incident Response Team (IRT) and the Malware Research Team (MRT). The data presented stems from the analysis of 34,371 infected websites summarizing the More Info »

Fake Plugins, Fake Security

WordPress users are becoming increasingly more aware of security threats and as a result they are taking more actions to secure their websites (e.g. by installing security plugins). While this is a good thing, there are always black hats trying to take an advantage of new opportunities to compromise websites. For example, we’re seeing a More Info »