30 Days in the Sin Bin
Google implements a new policy to deter website hacking. If Google finds malware on your site more than once, the site will be blocked for 30 days with no appeals. Harsh, but true.Read more
How MafiaBoy changed how we think about web security
Websites of any size are a target. Hacking small sites provides a hacker more server power to hack large sites. MafiaBoy, a 15-year-old showed us how easy it is in 2000. He changed the game forever.Read more
A lesson in web security
Earlier this month Mossack Fonseca, a Panama based law firm was allegedly hacked in one of the largest security breaches ever. An enormous 2.6 terabytes of documents were leaked, revealing the financial secrets of the world's billionaires and politicians. These are The Panama Papers.Read more
If you own a website, this will scare the pants off you.
The most common way to hack a website is to guess the password. It is usually done using a technique called a brute-force attack. Hackers use software to iterate through password combinations and try them on your site.Read more