What to do if You’ve Been Hacked

With advances in computing technology, it is inevitable that there will also become more sophisticated ways for people to hack into them. Despite anti-virus software, also getting more advanced and able to deal with most threats, there can still be incidences of hacking. So, what should you do if you think that your computer has been hacked? How Can You Tell? It can be difficult to tell the difference between getting a virus and being hacked. In some respects, the…

What You Need to Know About Identity Verification Technology

We live in an increasingly digital world and you could argue that we spend more time online than ever before. Almost every activity can now be completed online (to a certain extent) but the internet can also be a highly volatile and dangerous place if not used correctly. With cybercrime at an all-time high there is a greater need than ever before to be able to verify someone’s identity so how exactly can technology help us achieve this? Understanding Anti-Fraud…

Hacked And Recovered

Hacked and Recovered

Due to some security irregularities and my carefree nature, gauravtiwari.org was hacked and spammed with negative SEO keywords. The hacking happened due to security loosening at Cloudflare and, continued to disturb the site for more than two weeks. Luckily, I had noticed it quite early and already started working on the fix. Before fixing, I made sure that the hack remained hidden and didn't show to the readers. Since, it was the first time I was handling a hacked website…

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Protect your WordPress Blog from DDOS and Security Attacks

No matter what, you own a world class website or a simple blog – hackers and attackers will always be against you, trying to access your backend and modifying it according to their needs. Daily hundreds of top-level and thousands of other websites are attacked by the security-attackers. The reason for these attacks can be either personal gain or just even simple jealousy. These attacks are regular and that is the reason that you should regularly analyze the security parameters…