WordFence: Cryptocurrency Miners Exploiting WordPress Sites

Cryptocurrency Miners Exploiting WordPress Sites Mark Maunder, CEO at WordFence, 10-26-17 The Wordfence.com Security Services Team reports noticing infected sites with the Today on the WordFence blog WordFence explains what cryptocurrency mining is, how attackers...

WordFence Finds Another Plugin Issue

WordFence announced that Brad Haas, of their Senior Security Analysts, , recently discovered a zero-day vulnerability in the Ultimate Form Builder Lite WordPress plugin being exploited in the wild. WprdFence immediately deployed a new firewall rule, so Premium...

New Attacks Continue to Affect WordPress

You can find the full post on the official Wordfence blog… During the past 48 hours WordFence has seen a marked increase in scans on WordPress websites that attempt to locate and steal SSH private keys. Today on the blog we discuss SSH keys: a reminder of how...

CoffeeCup Rids Free Form Accounts

For webswites still using CoffeeCup hosting with any free web forms on coffeecup.com, they will be taken offline starting October 18th, 2017. To make sure your forms keep functioning without interruption, please upgrade to a paid account now. (Webbie plan) you can...

Wi-Fi Devices Open to Severe Vulnerability

Nevada Website Design has learned about this public service announcement (PSA) from the team at Wordfence about a security issue that may have a widespread impact. According to WordFence.com, Monday, October 15th, 2017 is being referred to as “Black Monday” among...

Browser Phishing Attack Uses Domains Identical to Known Safe Sites

Nevada Website Design has learned today (April 14, 2017) about a serious security attack that everyone should be aware of. According to the WordFence.com article, this attack makes it impossible to tell if you are on a safe site or a malicious site by looking at the...