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Search Console users—we want your feedback!

Tell us if you'd find it useful to combine different sites in Search Console here → http://goo.gl/forms/t6xaybJkh3
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Combining sites in Search ConsoleWe want to know if you'd find it useful to combine different sites in Search Console. For example, to view a combined Search Analytics report that includes different URL versions of your site (http and https) and different subdomains (mobile and international subdomains).
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Wearable fitness trackers tested for data leakage and poor security

https://grahamcluley.com/2015/06/wearable-fitness-trackers-test/
Nine different wearable fitness trackers have been put under the microscope, in order to explore how well they are protecting users' data. And it's not all good news...
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How to hack into an email account, just by knowing your victim's mobile number

https://grahamcluley.com/2015/06/hack-email-account-mobile/
Symantec has issued a warning about a successful scam being perpetrated against users of webmail services such as Gmail, Outlook and Yahoo.
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Do you read term of services when you install third-party software on your site? The terms may include clauses that may actually harm your site and your visitors.

For example, the free SweetCAPTCHA terms of service say that it may " include 3rd party content which will be displayed for the purpose of user interaction. This content might include but will not be limited to ads, banners, links, search engine input fields and etc "

As a result, you can see malicious pop-ups on SweetCAPTCHA-powered sites.
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My post on the +Sucuri Inc. blog
https://blog.sucuri.net/2015/06/sweetcaptcha-service-used-to-distribute-adware.html
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My new article on the +Sucuri Inc. blog.

We are seeing these fake jquery scripts on many sites...

Seriously, don't trust "nulled" software. There is always a catch.
We recently investigated some random redirects on a WordPress website that would only happen to certain visitors. Traffic analysis showed us that it was not a
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The last month has been tough for WordPress sites. Not a single week without critical security updates. This time 4.2.2

It looks like not only hackers but also many security researchers began to search for attack vectors and report them to WordPress developers.
https://make.wordpress.org/core/handbook/reporting-security-vulnerabilities/


https://wordpress.org/news/2015/05/wordpress-4-2-2/
WordPress 4.2.2 is now available. This is a critical security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. Version 4.2.2 addresses two security ...
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Brian Krebs shares his experience living a month without Flash.
http://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/06/a-month-without-adobe-flash-player/

In the post, you'll find information on why you might want to disable Flash too, how to do it, as well as some intermediary solutions such as NoScript, Play-To-Click, virtual machines, etc.
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Think where you store your backups!
 
Keep your website backups in a secure location because websites can get hacked via backups http://hubs.ly/y0WMGb0
The past few months we've been spending a good deal of time talking about backups. This is for good reason, they are often your safety net when things go wrong; interestingly enough though, they are often the forgotten pillar of security. It's why we spent some time thinking through what a good ...
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Did you notice that Google improved viewer of cached pages? Now it provides options to see them as Full version, Text-only version, and View source

Useful to troubleshoot various problems, including black hat SEO hacks
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Security Advisory: Object Injection Vulnerability in WooCommerce | Sucuri Blog http://hubs.ly/y0TF710 by @marcs0h @sucurilabs
Security Risk: Dangerous Exploitation Level: Easy/Remote DREAD Score: 8/10 Vulnerability: Object Injection Patched Version:  2.3.11 During a routine audit for
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 https://performance.sucuri.net/ - here you can test how fast your site can be reached from different locations around the world.

Check this blog post for details
https://blog.sucuri.net/2015/05/introducing-free-global-website-performance-tool.html
 
We're happy to announce a new Global Website Performance Tool (free) see how your site responds globally..
Learn about our newest free tool to help you optimize website performance. How fast is your website?
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+Tony Perez , CEO of +Sucuri Inc. writes about how websites get hacked.

You might also want to read his previous posts in this series:
1. Why Websites Get Hacked https://blog.sucuri.net/2015/02/why-websites-get-hacked.html
2. The Impacts of a Hacked Website https://blog.sucuri.net/2015/03/the-impacts-of-a-hacked-website.html
 
How Do Websites Get Hacked? | Sucuri Blog http://hubs.ly/y0Pytj0
The first thing that happens when a website owner gets hacked is that they ask, How did it happen? What does that really mean? We explore that question and
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