Today we released version 1.21.1 of our malware scanner ISPProtect. It adds further improvements and new signatures for an even better malware recognition. With this blog post we want to show you a crypted, let’s say creative, type of malware.
Today we released version 1.19.0 of the ISPProtect malware scanner. For this release we focussed on new malware signatures and a further improvement of scanning speed in level 2. We managed to lower the scan time to less than 50%
Today we released the brand new version 1.13.0 of our malware scanner ISPProtect. We added a lot of new signatures and heuristics that address more than 20 types of new malware. In addition, to provide more flexibility, we implemented a
Today we released version 1.9.4 of the ISPProtect malware scanner. The scanner can now be run on servers with PHP version 7.0. In addition we added a new feature to scan all wordpress installations on the server for outdated plugins.
Today we released our new ISPProtect service. Now you can scan your web space via FTP. This service targets web hosting customers that don’t have SSH access to their website and cannot run our downloadable version of ISPProtect. All data
In the first part of this article series we showed you a simple form of php malware: the base64 encoded eval. Today we’ll have a look at some other form of malicious piece of PHP code. Escaped characters (hex codes
These days we released our new ISPProtect product: the ISPProtect BanDaemon. It is free to use for all our customers that own a valid 12-month-license for the ISPProtect Scanner – but we also offer a 30-days-trial for all other users.
In this article we want to show you some examples of malware code. Sometimes it is easy to decide, whether a part of code is malicious, sometimes it’s not. Malware with eval and base64_decode This form of malware is one