Content Security Policy

Content Security Policy

As a website owner, it’s a good idea to be aware of the security issues that might affect your site. For example, Cross-site Scripting (XSS) attacks consist of injecting malicious client-side scripts into a website and using the website as a propagation method. You probably know too that client-side scripts ... Read More
The Impacts of Zero-Day Attacks

The Impacts of Zero-Day Attacks

Last week, we explained what zero-day vulnerabilities and attacks are. Essentially, zero-day vulnerabilities exist in the wild, with no patch available to prevent hackers from exploiting it. Today, we would like to expand on the impacts of these attacks. What Do Zero-Day Attacks Depend On? The impact a zero-day attack ... Read More

Understanding Zero-Day Vulnerabilities & Attacks

In computer science, a vulnerability is considered to be a zero-day vulnerability if it’s unknown to all parties interested in patching it, such as: The team maintaining the project The users of the project Vulnerability researchers Vulnerability researchers are the good guys – people who won’t take advantage of the ... Read More
How to Restore Website Backups from the Command Line

How to Restore Website Backups from the Command Line

Earlier this week we wrote about how to use command line tools to back up your website. Check out our previous article for details on how we create these backups. In case the worst happens, you might need to restore your backup. No worries. We can easily do this from ... Read More
How to Create Website Backups Using Command-line Tools

How to Create Website Backups Using Command-line Tools

Creating website backups should be one of the most important recurring tasks for a website administrator, and yet backups are often forgotten when thinking about website security. Creating backups using command-line tools are available to all Linux/Mac users for free. If you’re not on Linux/Mac, we have step-by-step guide on ... Read More