Brand-new BitNinja WAF 2.0 is out now – open beta
Eniko Toth

Brand-new BitNinja WAF 2.0 is out now – open beta

Wooow! Are you ready for something new? Well, we have it!  The long-awaited BitNinja WAF 2.0 beta is now here! Currently, this beta is available for everyone who has Pro or Trial license. But wait! Before you go running to our Dashboard, to switch it on … please take a few minutes to read this article, as it contains lots of super valuable information – that will help familiarize you with this brand-new feature. Why WAF 2.0 is better than any other WAF solutions? •We grant a pre-defined, default ruleset for all the websites hosted on your server to guarantee low false po...
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Suspect BitNinja behind increased server load?
Anita Batari

Suspect BitNinja behind increased server load?

As you know, providing all-in-one server security, BitNinja protects 3000+ Linux web servers worldwide, capturing 100 million incidents a month and keeping 1.7 million suspicious IP addresses in its blocklists to protect you and your customers. Mixing that up with custom infrastructures, configurations, and software in each leads to high load problems sometimes. Despite the best intentions - we always endeavor for the best solutions and we test our novelties constantly before and after each and every release -, these things happen. Most of them are temporary and everything falls back to nor...
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Server security on point – 5 +1 best practices for Linux sysadmins
Boglarka Angalet

Server security on point – 5 +1 best practices for Linux sysadmins

No matter if you’re a Linux security veteran or you’re just about to get your feet wet, you’ll face the same security threats and upcoming attacks forms. Here we come with a security cheat sheet with ultimate checkpoints that no sysadmins should miss. When meeting new company, usually the very first thing I’m asked about is „How should I get rid of hackers? Show me the silver bullet.” But it’s a little bit like asking an economist on „Where to invest my money?”. It depends. To get a grip in the jungle of security recommendations, here I collected some guidelines...
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Hot new feature - Goodbye CAPTCHA! Hello Browser Integrity Check!
Anita Batari

Hot new feature - Goodbye CAPTCHA! Hello Browser Integrity Check!

How would you imagine a world where annoying CAPTCHAs are not the first line when it comes to identification of botnets and human visitors? Here at BitNinja we thought big and made it come true. Let us show you a security solution where the visitors with suspicious incidents in their past don't have to type anything, moreover, they don't have to click anywhere either. It sounds too good to be true, isn't it? Some of our users (you know, big players who) run into this issue when their end-users - who would like to surf on sites - were afraid of filling CAPTCHAs. We couldn...
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An Inside Look at Website Builders: Meet Site.pro CEO - Filip Borcov
Anita Batari

An Inside Look at Website Builders: Meet Site.pro CEO - Filip Borcov

This summer, we were excited to team up with Site.pro. BitNinja is server security that’s ideal for web hosting companies and Site.pro offers the best website builder for webhosts, so it was a natural partnership. We sat down with CEO Filip Borcov to discuss the story behind Site.pro, the latest trends in website builders and web hosting security, as well as the day-to-day work for the team at Site.pro. BitNinja: Hi Filip. Can you tell me a little bit about yourself, your career path, and what led you to become the CEO at Site.pro? Filip Borcov: I’ve always been interested...
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A more manageable Dashboard
Eniko Toth

A more manageable Dashboard

Imagine Andrew, who has many servers. He doesn’t want sleepless nights worrying about hacker and bot attacks, that’s why he uses BitNinja. His servers are very important to him, so he likes checking up on how BitNinja working on them. Andrew logs into the Dashboard every day, and a few weeks ago, realised that there were some changes. Now, Andrew can track real-time events on the server much easier. Together, let's take a look at how you can find your fave spots, and all the new features with our new layout: „I’d like to get a thorough overview of my servers.” The Card view is a mi...
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SQL injection examined 2/2 –Testing your apps against vulnerabilities
Ferenc Barta

SQL injection examined 2/2 –Testing your apps against vulnerabilities

In the previous part of the article, we had looked at some incidents to better understand how attackers try to find SQL injection vulnerabilities. Instead of looking for other incidents, I’ve decided to write a short introduction about testing your own application using publicly available automatic tools. Constantly searching for vulnerabilities on your web applications and services is vital. Most of the time, such systems are exposed to the Internet and it is certain that sooner or later, someone will try to exploit their vulnerabilities. Environment We’ll use a popular too...
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The benefits of Free Licence
Eniko Toth

The benefits of Free Licence

What kind of protection does the Free Version provide? What features are available on the Dashboard if I only have free licences? These are frequently asked questions and now, we would like to summarize the answers to those users who only use the Free Version on their servers. This overview can also help if you have some doubts regarding the BitNinja or it can assist even those clients of ours, who would like to learn a bit more about the Dashboard. Let’s begin, shall we? What’s the difference between the Pro and the Free Versions? The Free Version provides only basic protecti...
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The most common CMS attack types
Daniel Mecsei

The most common CMS attack types

Nowadays, the Internet plays a huge part in our lives. It gets bigger and bigger every day, now it has more than one billion websites. Most of these sites are built with CMS which stands for Content Management System. It is a tool that provides an easy-to-use method for users without any programming skills in creating websites. The most common CMSs are written in PHP because most shared-hosting providers only provide this way to share/operate your website with the community. According to the statistics, WordPress has the largest market share with 52%, followed by Joomla with only 6%. The...
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Introducing our new partner, FastComet
Nikoletta Szabo

Introducing our new partner, FastComet

Nikoletta Szabo
Two weeks ago we officially announced our new channeling partner, FastComet and today we would like to introduce them to you in details. They are based in the USA, a Hosting Company with huge popularity from all around the world. FastComet has partner companies like, Spam Experts, Grasshopper or CPanel, but the list could go on. Their overall rating is higher than that of the GoDaddy, 1&1, or HostGator. The company is highly reliable and provides premium 24/7 support to its clients, based on reviews collected by HostAdvice.  They provide excellent hosting services...
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