Top 5 Malware Signatures - Week 29-30
Akos Molnar

Top 5 Malware Signatures - Week 29-30

We want to keep you up-to-date so we collected the Top 5 New Malware Signatures for you from the past two weeks! Don't forget that you are able to create your own malware signature too! We experienced that this crowdsourcing method between severals thousands of servers works fantastic in our IP reputation system, so keep on making the internet a safer place together! Thanks to your contribution we already have more than 15 000 malware signatures in our database. #5 PHP Backdoor Remote Code Executor A simple remote code executor script that receives da...
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How botnets expand and how to protect against them
George Egri

How botnets expand and how to protect against them

A botnet is a group of infected computers (aka bots or zombie machines) controlled by a hacker, the botmaster. Botnets are a major threat for every server. They are the fundamentals of the cybercrime in the dark industry of hackers. Zombie machines can be personal computers, mobile devices or even servers. Today we will focus on botnets formed by infected linux servers. Server based botnets are especially valuable for the bad guys as servers have typically high amount of various resources like cpu, memory, and what is the most important, internet bandwidth with trusted and in many cases unr...
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Top 5 Malware Signatures - Week 27-28
Akos Molnar

Top 5 Malware Signatures - Week 27-28

We keep on fighting against malwares! In the past weeks we added hundreds of malware signatures to the database, below you can find the Top 5 from the past two weeks! Don't forget that you are able to create your own malware signature too! We experienced that this crowdsourcing method between severals thousands of servers works fantastic in our IP reputation system, so keep on making the internet a safer place together! Thanks to your contribution we already have more than 15 000 malware signatures in our database. #5 PHP Backdoor Hexa Botnet Variant 2...
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New Generation Dashboard Is On The Way
Akos Molnar

New Generation Dashboard Is On The Way

It will be more customizable, quicker and will provide you more information. We have already redesigned the header and given a new style to it. In the upcoming weeks you will be able to observe more changes on the admin page. We are launching the new BitNinja dashboard (Security Console) step-by-step. First we upgrade the most used pages so we started with the Firewall section. The loading of the blacklist and whitelist is much faster than before and the searching became more simple and quicker. The next step in the dashboard (Security Console) adaptation will be the dash...
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Top 5 Malware Signatures - Week 24-25
Akos Molnar

Top 5 Malware Signatures - Week 24-25

Our team is always thriving to make the internet even safer with awesome innovations. We launched our brand new detecting method, the Source Code Structure Analysis in the past weeks and thought that you would be interested how well it works. Below you can find the Top 5 malware signatures with the most catches and don't forget that you are able to create your own malware signature too! We experienced that this crowdsourcing method between severals thousands of servers works fantastic in our IP reputation system, that's why we implemented it also to our malwa...
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Release Note - New Way of Malware Detection
Akos Molnar

Release Note - New Way of Malware Detection

It’s been a while since we wrote a release note so there are plenty of new upgrades, features and fixes to tell you about. Our tech ninjas worked harder than ever. We invented a brand new way of malware detection and raised the SenseLog performance hugely.  In the past months we also: created a new licensing system, made a new Captcha design, added a service detector, upgraded the HaProxy, and of course we fixed bugs and added plenty of other features which made the UI/UX much better. Let’s see the details of what happene...
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#CloudFest2020 cancelled – NinjaFest Day is here
Eniko Toth

#CloudFest2020 cancelled – NinjaFest Day is here

We know that many of you were excitedly waiting for CloudFest2020. This conference is always the best event throughout the year to bring the amazing cloud community together. It was sad news that CloudFest was cancelled due to the Coronavirus threat, however, it was the right decision from the organizers. However, as thousands of people were preparing for this week-long event, we thought that you shouldn’t miss everything. We decided to bring a little piece of CloudFest to you online. We organize an online „NinjaFest” day on 18 March 2020, where you’ll have the opportunity to: Atte...
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Meet with the BitNinja Team at CloudFest 2020
Eniko Toth

Meet with the BitNinja Team at CloudFest 2020

28 Febr, 2020 16:44 PM UPDATE: We know that it was a hard decision for the organizers, and we feel really sorry that we can't meet with the wonderful cloud community in the Europa Park this year. However, it was the right decision because security always comes first. We, however, have a plan B. ;) As you could read in this article below we would have held 2 presentations at the CloudFest. But you won't have to miss them due to the event cancellation! Instead of CloudFest 2020, we'll organize webinars for the topics: Detecting Obfuscated Malware by George Egri...
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10 Best Tech Conferences for Web Hosting Companies
Eniko Toth

10 Best Tech Conferences for Web Hosting Companies

Why should you visit tech conferences? As our world is changing quickly, new types of technologies are constantly being made. To keep up with the rapid pace of the technology changes and to learn more about the most advanced solutions, we highly recommend everyone to visit at least 1 tech conference every year. Fortunately, there are countless opportunities to meet with the industry leaders and learn about the latest trends. Also, these tech conferences help you with more than just discovering new tools. As the list of exhibitions could be very long, we’ve collected the top 10 ev...
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Zero-day Duplicator Plugin Vulnerability – Patch it with BitNinja WAF
Eniko Toth

Zero-day Duplicator Plugin Vulnerability – Patch it with BitNinja WAF

On 19 February 2020, Wordfence reported a highly critical vulnerability found in the popular Duplicator plugin for WordPress. This plugin is useful when users want to migrate and copy WordPress sites. With Duplicator, sysadmins can create a new copy of the site and the generated file can be downloaded from the WP dashboard. WordPress Duplicator Plugin Zero-day Vulnerability Exploiting the newly discovered zero-day vulnerability allows hackers to download arbitrary files from the target sites. More than 1 million WordPress websites are affected by this security flaw. When users crea...
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