Not having SPF (Sender Policy Framework) record for a domain may help an attacker to send spoofed email, which will look like, originated from the vulnerable domain. Not only that, this will also result to land emails in SPAM box when SPF … [Read more...] about How to Test & Fix Email Spoofing/Missing SPF Record Vulnerability?
More than 2 million websites are powered by Wordpress and holding number one position with 67% of market share in CMS world. Recent Vulnerability Report by Acunetix shows that around 8% of vulnerabilities found in websites are related to … [Read more...] about Find WordPress Vulnerability with WPScan before Someone Hack
Hundreds of websites are a victim of DDoS attacks every day and quarterly report by Akamai shows that UK positioned number one in top 10 countries in Q3, 2015. Keeping original IP exposed makes attacker life easier to prepare for an attack … [Read more...] about Test “Origin IP” Vulnerability to Prevent DDoS Attacks
Protecting real IP address of a website is essential to prevent DDoS attacks. Have you done the necessary to ensure your website’s origin IP is not exposed? There are multiple ways to find out the website’s IP address like Domain into IP or DNS … [Read more...] about How to Find Real IP (Origin) address of Website
X-Content-Type-Options Header Implementation in Apache, Nginx, IBM HTTP Server & Shared Hosting Every resource served from a web server is associated with MIME type (also called content-type). There is a possibility to execute style sheet and … [Read more...] about Secure MIME Types in Apache & Nginx with X-Content-Type-Options
IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 7 is still widely used though we have a newer version (WAS 8.5.5, WAS 9) available. WAS 7 ND trial is not available to download anymore however, you can do the developer base version which will help you … [Read more...] about How to Download & Install WebSphere Application Server 7 on Linux