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outbound server attack

How to Detect Outbound Server Attack

This article describes how to detect outbound server attack and tackle abuse complaints on your web hosting environments. It’s not a secret and if you yourself are a linux systems administrator or a website developer or someone who is dealing with production environments, you are already well-aware of the three demons we have to face almost every day on the servers we are managing which are “Spamming”, “Phishing” and “Abuse Complaints”. ( I know there are more of these kinds [...]

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How to fix Deceptive Site Ahead

Deceptive site ahead  is quite common page for infected website with malware’s or spywares. Generally, this vulnerability comes from outdated scripts, third-party plugins, or vulnerable themes. Google automatically detects and warn its users about the infected website. The detailed message will appear as Google Safe Browsing recently detected phishing on domain.com. Phishing sites pretend to be other websites to trick you. In short to explain in an easy way this warning means search engine like Google have detected a hack [...]

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