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If your website uses PHP, hackers have a lot of ways in which they can breach it if you dont configure it properly. If you want to make sure your site is properly secured, I recommend that you give PHP Security Audit a try. PHP Security Audit is a library thats designed to identify security […]

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Researchers at Symantec say they have noticed an uptick of PHP code inclusion attacks leveraging a two-year-old vulnerability. The attacks have targeted the company’s managed security services customers during the past three weeks, and have been leveraging CVE-2012-1823 to infect Internet-facing web servers. Only Linux webservers running out-of-date versions of PHP are vulnerable. As of […]

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If you are using Joomla, now is the time to update it. A new version was just released for the 1.5.x and 1.7.x branches fixing a high priority security issue that will allow remote users to change other users passwords (even on admin account). More details on the Joomla website and here. Description: Weak random […]

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