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Internet Portals And Cloud Companies Are A Hacker's Paradise
If you are an internet-based or cloud-based company with users who login, you owe it to yourself to get to know Hacker Tested™
Internet Portals And Cloud Companies Are A Hacker's Paradise
If you are an internet-based or cloud-based company with users who login, you owe it to yourself to get to know Hacker Tested™
Hacker Tested™ is a suite of security products that protect internet users from hackers stealing sensitive information. These tools are used by companies who service their customers through the web, companies who transact on the web, software or cloud companies that rely on internet security for their users and ecosystems of internet users in any way that can be protected by higher levels of security.

Banks, IT companies, managed services providers, SaaS companies, cloud companies and internet related services companies can all benefit from one or more of the hacker mitigation technologies provided by Hacker Tested™.
5 Major Areas Of Security That Hacker Tested™ Serves...
  •  Website Login Security: Highly trafficked websites who use a CMS or login credentials to edit that website are a prime candidate for this protection. Wordpress, Joomla, and many other CMS softwares, shopping cart softwares and other web-based marketing tools can be “locked down” with a simple patent-pending security tool.
  •  Website Browsing Security: Many hackers use email to fake or spoof their way to getting sensitive information by faking a legitimate website and directing users of that website or portal to the fake location. URL Spoofing involves a fraudulent web page masquerading as a legitimate one. Spoofing is, generally, the act of one person pretending to be someone else, usually in an effort to scam someone or otherwise commit either fraudulent or fairly malicious acts. In the sense that it is used in security and fraud, a person imitates to appear – or spoofs – to be another person or service and gain sensitive information, or otherwise maintain an advantage over the unwitting victim. Example: A hacker copies a website, email, cell phone or GPS location – exactly – and hides any differences, usually to subvert.
  •  Email Security: Phishing is the attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and sometimes, indirectly, money) by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. Example: Hacker sends out an email to send users to a login page that collects user names and passwords. The page may even send the user to the legitimate website.
  •  Browser & Installed Applications Security: Toolbars, viruses, or programs that monitor computer and browser activity can be hacked. Man In the Browser (MIB) is a security attack where the perpetrator installs a Trojan horse on a victim’s computer which is capable of modifying that user’s web transactions as they occur in real time. Man In the Machine (MIMa) is a lot like a Man In the Browser, except the malware is in the machine like a virus instead of only running as part of the browser. Example: A toolbar or other browser add-on is corrupted, or installed, that monitors web activity and sends data back to its owner/corrupter.
  •  Network or Router/Modem Security: Communication is intercepted while browsing the internet because hackers can penetrate the network or router-level and steal information that way. Man In the Middle (MItM) is a form of active eavesdropping in which the attacker makes independent connections with the victims and relays messages between them, making them believe that they are talking directly to each other over a private connection, when in fact the entire conversation is controlled by the attacker. Example: A hacker intercepts communication to a bank. The customers communicate with the hacker thinking the hacker is the bank. The hacker pretends to be the customer talking to the bank. Then the hacker collects user information and validated IP addresses.The hacker steals from the bank by pretending to be legitimate users, often distracting IT staff with a detectable attack at the same time.
*Multiple methods can be combined in a single attack.
Have Questions? Check Out Some Of Our Frequently Asked Questions Below...
What kinds of attacks are there, and will Hacker Tested™ protect me from them?

In addition to the threats listed above, Hacker Tested™ protects you from Brute Force and Insertion attacks as well.

Brute Force is where someone tries combinations either from a dictionary, or a progression of possible combinations to get into your site. The only defense is to lock machines out after a specified number of tries for a specified period of time, making the brute force take too long to be profitable.

Insertion attacks are where code (JavaScript/SQL/PHP/ASP/ETC) is inserted into a user editable field and slipped into the website, this can compromise data, and the site itself.

Do I really need to protect a WordPress website?

If you are a blog with no E-Commerce, no logins for guests and no forum for users to give you feedback, you may feel you are safe already, and truthfully, you might never be found by a hacker.

If you have a PayPal account, Merchant account, or anything to sell, Hackers are looking for you. It’s simple, $200 US in the Philippines or Russia goes a long way. If you have a membership site and users who have entrusted you with user-names and passwords, those are valuable to a hacker because they can sell them. The email addresses, can be added to a list they can sell. The user-names and passwords, sadly, are often used on all the accounts online the customer goes to... so banks, credit unions, stock management accounts, etc can all be hacked because the hacker got into your site. For those, hackers look for small unprotected websites that are easy money.
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