Every 14 seconds, a new business is targeted by ransomware, a virus that holds your system hostage until you pay the ransom. Here’s how to stop it from happening to you.
The latest and greatest version of PHP has been pushed to HostDime servers, so let’s highlight what’s new, what’s depreciating, and what’s fixed in PHP 7.3.
Is your password included among the billions of passwords that just leaked? Should you change your password? Find out now!
DDoS attacks will go mainstream in 2019, as IoT botnets run wild and create attacks at a size and frequency never before seen.
CSF turns your server into a powerful firewall and intrusion detection system. This firewall has the nifty ability to block an entire countries’ traffic.
According to a new report on DDoS attacks by Verisign, the complexity, quantity, and size of DDoS attacks are on the rise.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation on data protection and privacy for everyone in the EU and goes into action this May 25th. This is the biggest shake-up in data protection in decades. This regulation will affect any company that handles personal data of EU citizens.
Happy World Password Day! The HostDime Abuse & Security team has compiled a few recommendations to share with you to help you improve your password security and keep you and your company’s data secure.
Corero released a study this week polling 300 security professionals which showed that DDoS attacks can cost their organization up to $50,000 per attack, but that’s not the worst part.
Content management system Drupal just released a statement confirming a “highly critical” vulnerability found in versions 6, 7 and 8. According to an analysis by Sitelock, only 18% of Drupal websites are on the latest update, so there’s over one million vulnerable sites in need of the new security patch.
Yesterday, Github was hit by the largest DDoS attack in history. This volumetric DDoS attack was unique in achieving its massive amount of power by relying on UDP-based memcached traffic.
The HostDime team often gets requests asking if our infrastructure is PCI compliant, and therefore whether our clients can configure their servers to be PCI compliant. The answer to both inquiries is YES!