Category Archives: Web Security

How to Improve Your Organization’s Web Security

One of the most dangerous and common threats to a company’s web security is unrestricted Internet access. In a well-intentioned but ill-advised attempt to show users they are trusted, or from the false assumption that restricting or monitoring Internet access

Google services for Handling and Cleaning Infected Websites

Usually if we say Google than many people would directly link this word to search engines or Gmail, but Today Google have many interesting services that concern any person who are using internet, here you can find a short video

Naxsi Web Application Firewall module for Nginx

Nginx is getting more and more used by popular website, if we look at netcraft 9.63% of internet are today using nginx based webserver, this including huge websites such as Rambler, wordpress.com ,Sourceforge.net and vkontakte.ru. These website needs a big

GFI Webmonitor Gateway with Multi-layered Security

System administrator’s main focus is protecting corporate information resources, one of major source of threats is Internet and we need to be very careful in dealing with unreliable access to Web resources, if we talk about security professionals than we

Using mod_rewrite to harden Apache

Most installations of Apache should come with the mod_rewrite module already configured and active.  For those of you that are hosting the web server on a shared hosting environment (ie: you’ve bought a generic web hosting package), then you are

Graphing Suspicious URL Relationships

10,000 websites have been compromised to redirect users to a new exploit toolkit called Nice Pack, discovered Wednesday, attempts to take advantage of flaws in users’ third-party apps, such as Java and Adobe, to install the “Zero Access Trojan,”. Malicious

MyCERT CyberSecurity Malaysia Introduce DNSwatch

Malysian CERT announced a new free service DNSwatch that will check every website address your computer is trying to access. Basically the checks are performed while you’re browsing the internet, clicking a link in an email, or running a program