SiteLock is expanding the network behind our web application firewall, TrueShield, and our content delivery network, TrueSpeed. To accommodate our growing customer base, we’re adding over 130,000 new unique IP addresses on May 1st, 2017. This will require some customers to make changes to their firewall or web server configuration to ensure our new servers are compatible with your website’s hosting server. If these changes are not made by May 1st, 2017, your site visitors may be restricted from accessing your website.
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SiteLock is expanding the network behind our web application firewall, TrueShield, and our content delivery network, TrueSpeed. To accommodate our growing customer base, we’re adding over 1,500 new unique IP addresses on January 8th, 2017. This will require some customers to make changes to their firewall or web server configuration to ensure our new servers are compatible with your website’s hosting server. If these changes are not made by January 8th, 2017, your site visitors may be restricted from accessing your website.
As a website owner, one of your main goals is to increase website traffic. Ultimately, the more traffic you have, the more revenue your business generates…right? Well, not necessarily. And we can explain why.
Bots represent over 60 percent of all website traffic, meaning there are potentially more Internet bots than humans frequenting your site. There are essentially two types of bots, “good” and “bad.” Good bots carry out jobs like search engine crawling. Bad bots represent 35 percent of all bot traffic and perform malicious tasks, like DDoS attacks. Not to mention that the more web traffic visiting and requesting information from your site, the slower it renders.
The term, “security by obscurity” implies that the less popular and attention grabbing your website is, the less likely it is to be targeted by cybercriminals. The truth is, there is no such thing as “too small to hack.” Read our infographic to learn more.
Websites experience 22 attacks per day on average. That’s more than 8,000 attacks per year, per website. You might assume the majority of these attacks are aimed at eCommerce sites because they accept and store credit card information, but actually, the eCommerce sector accounts for only one percent of compromised websites.
“Websites are the one IT asset you want to be publicly available. You want the customer to engage and interact. But you still need it to be safe.” – Neill Feather, President at SiteLock
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), a month dedicated to raising awareness around the importance of cybersecurity. At SiteLock, we strive to make the Internet a safer place by protecting websites and educating users about cybersecurity risks and solutions.
As part of our commitment to cybersecurity, SiteLock has developed a report in conjunction with Crowd Favorite to distinguish key website features that increase the likelihood of a website compromise. The report also includes five basic security steps all organizations should take to protect themselves from exposure and mitigate cyber risks. This blog provides a recap of the report. You can also download the full report here.
Cybersecurity continues to be an evolving challenge for website designers and developers. Everyday, hackers create new malware strains and perform sophisticated attacks that can devastate client websites.
SiteLock is promoting Cybersecurity Awareness Month and as a web designer or developer, it is imperative that you understand your role in the security of your clients’ websites. Many people assume that you are handling every aspect of the site, including its protection. Because of this, you must take action and understand how to provide that security.
More often than not, when people think of a hacker, they think of someone technologically infiltrating a network and stealing mass amounts of sensitive information sitting behind it. In actuality, hackers tend to employ methods that take advantage of individual users, often in tandem with some form of social engineering.
We celebrate Independence Day to honor the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. As Americans, we have the right to freedom of religion, speech, press, and the Internet.
You know that awkward moment when you’re screen sharing with your boss and a Viagra ad appears on your screen? It’s difficult to rebound from an embarrassing moment like that, even when you did nothing to prompt it. These “pharma” hacks happen all the time, and it is just one example of what can happen when a site falls victim to cyberattacks. Luckily, the team at SiteLock is here to help you avoid these rather uncomfortable situations.
SiteLock offers comprehensive, cloud-based website security solutions to businesses of all sizes. We protect websites from a multitude of attacks and threats, pharma hacks being just one example. Check out our video to learn more about who we are, what we do and how some of our products work.