ionCube24

Kent, UK
2015
  |  By Kevin
Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! Didn’t take them long did it?
  |  By Kevin
Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! Perhaps the most popular of gig ticketing systems has notified a breach. Not great…
  |  By Kevin
Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! A story of a total train crash… Good guy hits bad guy, hits another bad guy and maybe someone wins…
  |  By Kevin
Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! There certainly has been an increasing number of VPN breaches of late, many of which are SSL based. Time to get rid?
  |  By Kevin
Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! A request for an eye watering amount received an obvious rejection.
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Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! Ah, so you’ve seen those random shops that pop up on unrelated domains?
  |  By Kevin
Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! A breach is serious, but due to the legal status of what services it provides, can’t get much more serious at this DropBox subsidiary.
  |  By Kevin
Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! I think the moral of this story is, if you receive an unexpected alert from service you’ve had a long time and wasn’t informed this was a new feature; treat with caution.
  |  By Kevin
Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! Something to look out for in Windows land…
  |  By Kevin
Let’s catch up on the more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news gathered from articles across the web this week. This is what we have been reading about on our coffee break! You take a long bank holiday weekend and the (Linux) world falls apart. Ouch.
  |  By ionCube24
ionCube24 has tools to benefit every website owner. Secure your website against malware with real-time security, monitor website performance from global regions and easily manage PHP and JavaScript errors.
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ionCube24 makes website monitoring and security easy for everyone. In this video we look at the new Domain Overview feature which improves usability by grouping essential features in a single view.
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ionCube24 blocking an attack in real time against an attack on a Wordpress site with a vulnerability discovered in MailPoet. No matter how they get in, if a hacker succeeds to place malware into your PHP site and run it, ionCube24 stops it dead preventing any damage, providing the best defense against attack.

ionCube24 is a suite of essential tools for instant capture of PHP and JavaScript runtime errors, monitoring availability and performance of web services, and blocking PHP code planted by hackers from running.

A website can go down at any time or have intermittent faults, and because visitors rarely report errors, this can go undetected for ages. Runtime errors are a common cause, but there is also security. Systems such as Wordpress, Magento and Joomla are notorious for security issues, and while a vulnerability scanner can help, they don't fix issues and their advice is often ignored. Custom code is even more likely to be insecure with vulnerabilities that scanners cannot detect.

Getting a website live is one hurdle - keeping it that way is another. Constant monitoring of multiple technologies with security from active blocking of malware is required. This is why we created ionCube24. For peace of mind, try ionCube24 today for your website.

ionCube24 is a service provided by ionCube, the makers of ionCube PHP Encoder for protecting PHP code with compiled code encoding.