Once your website is free of malware, it’s time to perform proactive steps to harden the website configuration and set up periodic checks to make sure the site stays clean.

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Once you have completed the Website Malware Removal Guide, Part 1: Preparation, it’s time to begin part 2, the cleanup process

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At Quttera, our goal is to provide the best level of services to our customers during the malware remediation process. In this series, we will provide instructions to help anyone with moderate computer skills to fix a hacked website.

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Release 3.2.1.0 of the Quttera WordPress Malware Scanner adds several valuable enhancements to an already powerful tool. Users who have the plugin installed can update it from the WordPress administrative dashboard

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Massive Wordpress hacking campaign using wp-crawler.php to redirect website visitors to geolocation-aware advertising websites.

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If you own or manage a small to medium-sized business, then you should be aware of the widespread wp_vcd malware attack that is compromising WordPress users across the globe.

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Spam is a growing problem; 14.5 billion spam emails being sent every single day. In fact, 45% of all sent emails are spam. How can you prevent your website from becoming a source?

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The latest phish kit to show up in the world mimics the Chase Bank login page. It is designed to gather the user’s chase bank login credentials, social security number, mother’s maiden name, date of birth, and card details, and send them to a pre-set email address.

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Traffic hijacking is a major problem for companies in all industries, so how can you make sure you remain protected against malware redirects?

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eCommerce and website security - or lack there of - go hand in hand. The sensitive data necessary for online transactions can make customers and businesses vulnerable to cyber attacks. Find out what preventative measures you should take to ensure the security of your website and the privacy of your customers.

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Staying on top of website security regulations is now more important than ever. Find out about GDPR and what it means for your business and customers’ privacy.

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While malicious SEO Spam malware infections were starting to drop, recent activity indicates that they are on the climb again. Let’s look at this threat, why it is serious, and how you can be better protected.

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Because WordPress is so widely used, it’s often a target for hackers. One in particular, known as the ‘pharma hack,’ has been affecting many users lately. Read on to learn more about WordPress pharma hacking, and what you can do to protect your website.

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The more control you have over the website, the more you need to think about keeping it safe. Website malware monitoring and protection software are key defenses for keeping intruders out.

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How sure are you that your confidential information is safe with the domain that you are using? Know the signs to evaluate website security in order to better understand how your information is protected.

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A few days ago, the download counter of the WordPress Malware Scanner plugin passed 400K installations--and with good reason. This incredible plugin has a number of key advantages that have helped many of our customers build their websites and create the amazing online communities they've hoped for. We have been happy to provide the Malware Scanner for free to the WordPress community throughout its lifetime. It helps monitor malware and blacklisting to create safer websites for both owners and users.

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Malicious redirect to another URL is nothing new, but how you redirect, that is the big question. The most popular type of the redirect infection that our incident response team handled last year was implemented through themes and plugins. Since we keep receiving more customers getting infected with this type of redirection, we decided to make a short post about it. So how does this new type of redirection work?

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CryptoJacking is the unauthorized use of your device to mine digital currency. The number of the cryptocurrency malware infections that we handle has significantly increased since fall 2017. You may want to check our latest posts on the new trends in the cryptocurrency mining malware that has exploded in popularity among the hackers: Crypto Mining Malware on Popular Code Repositories Bitcoin Mining Using Visitors' Machines The good news is that CryptoJacking has already been deemed malicious by the cybersecurity industry and has also been agreed to be put in the same category as malware.

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Cryptocurrency mining malware is gaining popularity among hackers. Attackers are now using GitHub repositories and other well-known repositories for storing and serving the malicious code. On GitHub, the free accounts are being created to commit the obfuscated code and to use it in the injection later. The encrypted infection usually disguises itself as a legitimate jQuery or other familiar library files. It looks like in 2018 this new security threat - cryptojacking is here to stay.

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