Researchers have linked the Magecart group known for its supply-chain attacks to Cabanak, an advanced threat group.
Wordfence researchers are "confident" the same actor is responsible for a wave of attacks that have hit thousands of WordPress sites over the past month by targeting vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins.
The list of Magecart victims gets longer as the attack group optimizes its attack code and modifies its methods to steal payment card information from unsuspecting shoppers. What's a website owner to do?
Google is done with reminders and warnings. It began marking web pages not using HTTPS as "Not Secure," and it turns out some of the world's most popular sites are affected.
There’s been a 32 percent increase in hacked sites from 2015 to 2016, with no expectations of the trend slowing down, according to Google. Here are some of the top ways that websites get hacked, and what you can do to protect your site against spammers.