Malicious Redirects from Tweet Counter

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Malicious Redirects from Tweet Counter<p>When Twitter announced their new design for “Tweet” and “follow” buttons back in October 2015, marketers across the web developed a mild anxiety—the new design came with a decision to nuke their beloved Tweet count feature.</p>

Social signals can be a huge credibility indicator for visitors and site content. Who doesn’t think there’s a psychological relationship between the number of social shares and the credibility of a content piece? It’s social validation, plain and simple.

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Spotlight on Women in Cybersecurity

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Sucuri is committed to helping women develop their careers in technology. On International Women’s Day, Sucuri team members share their insights into workin...

Hacked Website Trend Report – 2018

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We are proud to be releasing our latest Hacked Website Trend Report for 2018. This report is based on data collected and analyzed by the GoDaddy Security / ...