Steps To Discover Malicious Hosts Attempting To Access Your Website When dealing with previously cleaned website that got re-infected over and over again, it is essential to monitor/check who and when tried to connect to website. Usually, POST request is used to access the malware files to launch malicious script/command. Thus, once you have the file names you can review the log files (e.g. access.log for Apache) to detect the servers that were sending these malicious requests.

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Introduction This article highlights well-known website vulnerabilities, bad practices, flaws and security issues that allow hackers to compromise websites. Its purpose is strictly educative, and it should be used as a guide to enhance the web security applied to websites and web applications. Material presented below is gathered based on common mistakes made by Internet users having very limited computer science skills. The base level information shared here depicts an entire arsenal that leads to a successful cyber attack, resulting in legitimate websites getting blacklisted by search engines and security manufacturers.

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Quttera's support team is being constantly contacted by website anti-malware monitoring customers whose website(s) were blacklisted. This post lists several (not all) blacklisting authorities and how to submit your site for (re)testing by them. First, you should make sure your website no longer hosts malware, spam or any other potentially harmful content. You can do it by yourself or if you're ThreatSign customer you can simply let us do it for you.

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Obfuscated malicious JavaScript code generated hidden iframe to drive traffic to customer website Background Online Website Malware Scanner has identified malicious JavaScript code injection in the scanned website. Usually, such malicious obfuscated JavaScript code is used to build malicious iframe invisible to the website user and which downloads content from remote malware distributor. This website is located in Ukraine and it is used by Traffic Direction System (TDS) managed by malicious domain revmihyr[.

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Quttera as the leading provider of anti-malware services and solutions, that protect business-critical information in the cloud, hybrid and on-prem, brings the advantages of innovative heuristic, behavioral and AI technologies built-in in our scanning engine.

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