Internet Threats – Q3 trends for 2012

According to the latest research from internet security company Commtouch, Q3 of 2012 saw a marked increase in instances of malware specifically targetting devices using the Android operating system.   The trend no doubt reflects the growth in use of such devices for accessing emails and browsing the internet. One Continue Reading

How to discover and remove malicious redirects in the .htaccess file

.htaccess file. Also, after cleaning up the .htaccess file the malicious code is being added back to the file within 30 minutes. This is being done with “backdoor(s)” the hackers have placed on the website files.   Here is a step-by-step guide on how to discover and remove these malicious Continue Reading

How to change WordPress password without having the access to wp-admin

There may happen certain incidences like for some reason if your site is hacked, or something else, you are no longer able to login to your admin panel using the login information, and you are not able to reset the password via email. But, you want to change the password Continue Reading

All About 95th Percentile Billing

This blog post explains billing model for IP transit on an industry-standard scheme known as 95th percentile committed data rate (CDR). Whilst a standard method for charging for connectivity, it sometimes causes confusion, so we’ll explain it further here. Whenever we supply IP transit, we are really providing two services Continue Reading

Consequences of your website being blacklisted by Google

    9.500 websites are blacklisted by Google on a daily basis due to malware infection. The malware infection are the results of a hacker attack on your website. When your website does get infected with malware there are devastating consequences:     Your site gets blacklisted by major search Continue Reading

Goondu Q&A: Getting a grip on enterprise mobility

  As more companies jump on the enterprise mobility bandwagon, security has become a prime concern among CIOs. According to a recent Symantec study, businesses are incurring hefty losses due to mobility-related security incidents. Still, many companies remain convinced that the productivity benefits of mobility outweigh the costs, and have taken Continue Reading

Internet Society opens Singapore regional office, supports switch to IPv6

    The Internet Society has opened an office in Singapore to promote the adoption of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) in the region, among other key initiatives.   While Asia-Pacific became the first region in the world to run out of IPv4 addresses last April, many businesses have not warmed up Continue Reading