The Top 10 Internet Resources to Use After Suffering a Cyber Breach

by Stephan Jukic
Oct. 7, 2017 0 comments INFOSEC Institute

Most cyber breaches into your online presence will be directed at your website server and its accompanying databases or accounts. And, if you’ve been the victim of a server hack, it probably occurred through one of two different means. The first would be an attack at some sort of weakness in third party web applications, or at addons/plugins that are attached to them and working from within your hosting server; the attack could even have taken place against your LAMP software bundle components. Secondly, your servers could have been breached because someone with password access accidentally or deliberately infected them with malware through FTP. Another possible source of web server breaches could also be as simple as attackers guessing your access passwords for FTP, SSH or even email.

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