WordPress Plugin exploits that Bypass Cloudflare WAF

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Revslider, MailPoet, GravityForms Exploits Bypass Cloudflare WAF Credits to Mark of wordFence.com Last week we blogged about the advantages of endpoint security over a cloud firewall solution. We wrote about how cloud WAFs can be bypassed. We also blogged about how it is more challenging for a cloud WAF provider to write complex firewall rules because cloud…


​Linux developers under (SYN) denial of service attack

If you can’t reach your favorite Linux developer by IM or e-mail today, it’s because they’re under a denial of service (DoS) attack. The top programmers are all at the Linux Plumbers conference, which is being hammered by an Internet attacker. Massive DDoS attacks like Dyn get the headlines, but as the top Linux programmers…


Homeland Security looking at DDos Attacks

DDoS Defenses Emerging from Homeland Security Government, academic, and private-sector officials are collaborating on new ways to prevent and mitigate distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, based on research years in the making but kicked into high gear by the massive takedown this month of domain name system provider Dyn. The largest attacks in summer 2015 were about 400…


What Really Works Now a days – Online Marketing

You could make the same mistakes that I have made for years, but I am here to say that they work sporadically and there must be a very, very thirsty, parched marketplace ready and screaming your name before you hit the home run this way. It has really only happened to me thrice and because…


Cow – Copy On Write. How to Fix Your Linux Kernel?

Copy On Write – Introduction to Hacking ( No – not really ) On October 19, 2016, a privilege escalation vulnerability in the Linux kernel was disclosed. The bug is nicknamed Dirty COW because the underlying issue was a race condition in the way kernel handles copy-on-write (COW). Dirty COW has existed for a long…