8 reasons why your site can be hacked

Posted on October 18, 2016 by Nikolay Arefiev


8 reasons why your site can be hacked

When you use the Internet for your business, you are confronted with a task of protecting your Internet resource. Some small Internet-based companies believe that if they don’t store the customer payment information at their web resource, no hacker attack can significantly harm their business. However, nowadays there are exist attacks that indirectly influence all participating parties, even though your resource may not have been the target of the attack.


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Web Server Log Analysis

Posted on May 28, 2016 by Yury Sergeev


Web Server Log Analysis

If you have a web app running on a web server, you know that it is so helpful to analyse the access and error logs to get information about how it is functioning. Systems administrators use different tools to analyse HTTP statistics, but not all of them provide enough information. For instance, Google Analytics can't provide client IP addresses which might be really useful to have then you want to investigate what was going on. By looking into a website access log it is possible to extract client IP addresses and analyse their reputation. Therefore, it is essential to use special instruments for log analysis. As an illustration, RST Cloud shows which malicious sources that had repeatedly attacked other websites contacted your web server.


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Web security detection methods

Posted on December 18, 2015 by Yury Sergeev


Web security detection methods

Every website, irrespective of its’ popularity, gets attacked almost every day. A huge number of security bots constantly scan random websites trying to find vulnerabilities that can be used for intrusion. These vulnerabilities are then used by malefactors to manually hack the compromised website.


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