We have recently applied some improvements to the DefenseRobot security module so it can automatically detect new attack vectors even more efficiently.
The DefenseRobot is a comprehensive, real-time malware root cause analysis module. It automatically identifies attack source IPs at each malware upload attempt. The Defense Robot greylists the attack source, so the hacker won’t have the opportunity to upload malware again.
But what if the hacker used another piece of malware, a backdoor, a CMS, or a plugin vulnerability? The Defense Robot traces back the origin of the malware until it finds the attack’s source IP that allowed the hacker to upload the very first malware.
In short, it finds and patches the vulnerability automatically.
If you would like to learn more about it, visit our documentation site for more information.
Until now, the module could only search for new attack vectors within the same document root of the malware we have found. Thanks to the updated version, the DefenseRobot can properly handle cross-site infections too.
What does it exactly mean? When a user has more websites, the attacker can infect one site using the vulnerability of another website under the same account.
From now on, the module can defend against these kinds of attacks too, which leads to better website protection.
We updated the module in the middle of June and thanks to it the DefenseRobot immediately found a lot of new vulnerabilities and backdoors. On average, the module has five times more catches than before.
We made some minor changes in our terms and conditions. Please feel free to ask if you have any questions about it.
Do you have ideas for new features or some suggestions on how we could improve BitNinja? Don’t hesitate to share it with our product manager, Adam.
Let’s make the Internet a safer place together!
Start the 7-day free trial with full functionality without spending a cent.
OnlineAudience is a company that offers a variety of...
We have some interesting news coming: Let’s say goodbye...