Hacked

Why did My Site become a Hacked Website?

The likely reason you are now the owner of a hacked website is that when you originally set up your Company website, you used an ‘off the shelf’ solution such as WordPress, Joomla or other Content Management Systems (CMS) to create a professional look and feel to your companies on-site presence…

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Why Would Hackers Hack My Website ?

The days of small businesses relying on “security through obscurity” to protect them are gone forever. Hackers have great financial incentive to unleash sophisticated — and often highly automated — attacks on even the smallest sites.

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Major UK newspaper sites found to be hacked websites

Websites from leading British newspapers have fallen foul to hackers and have joined the ranks of hacked websites. Hackers implanted a particularly nasty exploit kit called Angler which is very effective at infecting visitor users computers

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Is the Internet the New Wild West?

We’ve all witnessed the amazing growth of IT and the internet in particular. Far are the days of searching our home library to find an obscure information on what movie director is also an opera director or what is Rasceta. Also a company with no…

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WordPress FancyBox Plugin Vulnerability Affects Thousands of Sites

It has been a busy couple of weeks for our team and it seems that a big number of clean-ups we’ve performed were a result of a critical zero-day vulnerability. This vulnerability has been discovered in a popular WordPress plugin, called ‘FancyBox for WordPress‘. This…

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WordPress Download Manager – Update Now!

A high-risk vulnerability in the WordPress Download Manager plugin has been found that can be exploited to upload backdoors to affected websites.           Contact OneHourSiteFix For Help   It is imperative you keep updated all the libraries on your server, your…

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CryptoPHP Backdoor Hijacks Servers with Malicious Plugins & Themes

Security researchers have discovered thousands of backdoored plugins and themes for the popular content management systems (CMS) that could be used by attackers to compromise web servers on a large scale.         The CryptoPHP backdoor has already a widespread iIntegration into popular…

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