When it comes to website security, it pays to be vigilant. Protect yourself from malicious attacks by employing these tried-and-tested techniques.

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Is your WP site displaying a blank page? It might be caused by WordPress malware. Learn how to troubleshoot this error with our step-by-step guide.

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If you own and operate a WordPress website, you’ll want to ensure it’s actually protected from WordPress malware. Learn more on how you can ensure your website stays secure and operational.

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Zend Fonts WP is a spam redirect malware that masquerades as a legitimate WordPress plugin. Learn how it works and how to protect your WP site here.

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Any malware infection can disrupt your website. Here’s how a buggy malware infection impacts your site and how to stop one.

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PrestaShop is a popular eCommerce website builder, but what if it’s vulnerable to malware attacks? eCommerce cybersecurity matters and here’s how to protect PrestaShop sites from credit card skimming malware.

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Any eCommerce cybersecurity strategy can benefit from best practices such as firewall website protection, password management, and regular software updates. Here are seven ways to protect eCommerce sites from malware.

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Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are designed to overwhelm a server and prevent legitimate users from accessing it. A web application firewall blocks DDoS attacks and bolsters your website security.

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Maintain website security for all the CMS you manage, all on one platform. Quttera ThreatSign! simplifies malware protection with two WAF options and a server-side scanner that lets you protect your cybersecurity with one tool.

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When your website falls prey to malware redirects, visitors to your site get redirected to a third-party website that can install malware and steal data. Quttera can help you detect problems before they do damage.

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WordPress is a popular CMS, in part because of the plethora of plugins it offers. WordPress security vulnerabilities introduced by plugins can be defended against in several ways.

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Cross-site cooking attacks steal the personal data stored as cookies on one site and transfer it to another. You can protect your visitors from this vulnerability by implementing a robust monitoring system.

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Clickjacking is a form of malware that hijacks your visitors’ clicks to collect information or send them to malicious websites. By performing regular scans and using X-Frame Options and a WAF, you can keep your website secure.

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Quttera recently implemented two major enhancements to their malware scanner report that allow you to react more flexibly to threats and to more securely protect your website.

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You may think of the big-name platforms as being impenetrable to hackers, but the truth is, even Google can fall prey to security vulnerability exploit attacks. A WAF is the best way to protect your website.

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Without website monitoring and WAF, Internet Relay Chat (IRC), is vulnerable to attack by shellbots. A shellbot could create or alter files, communicate with a remote server, or download malware.

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A Web Application Firewall examines decrypted requests to your website and looks for signs of hostile intent, keeping it safe from cyberattacks. These statistics illustrate the effectiveness of the Quttera WAF in 2020

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Website monitoring is capable of detecting malware that a web application firewall can’t. Here’s how you can benefit from comprehensive website security and protection.

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Business websites are vulnerable to a variety of cybercrimes, making website protection and malware cleanup a must. Here’s how to bolster your defenses and keep sensitive data safe.

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Any advertising network is at risk of being affected by malware on publishers’ sites. Website monitoring through the Quttera API assures your advertisers that their ads will be seen and helps your publishers avoid cybersecurity threats.

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