Tag Archives: Website Malware

Inverted WordPress Trojan

Trojan (or trojan horse) is software that does (or pretends to be doing) something useful but also contains a secret malicious payload that inconspicuously does something bad. In WordPress, typical trojans are plugins and themes (usually pirated) which may have backdoors, or send out spam, create doorways, inject hidden links or malware. The trojan model More Info »

SoakSoak Malware Compromises 100,000+ WordPress Websites

This Sunday has started with a bang. Google has blacklisted over 11,000 domains with this latest malware campaign from SoakSoak.ru: Google Blacklisting – SoakSoak.ru Our analysis is showing impacts in the order of 100’s of thousands of WordPress specific websites. We cannot confirm the exact vector, but preliminary analysis is showing correlation with the Revslider More Info »

Website Malware Removal: Phishing

As we continue on our Malware Removal series we turn our attention to the increasing threat of Phishing infections. Just like a fisherman casts and reels with his fishing rod, a “phisher-man” will try their luck baiting users with fake pages, often in the form of login pages. These copied website pages are cast into More Info »