Nexcess Safe Harbor Don’t Settle for Just Any Port in the Storm –

Recognizing that Magento’s (M1) platform end of life (EOL) is now just a few months away, we’re excited to offer Nexcess Safe Harbor designed especially for those who can’t afford to – or need more time to strategize – or don’t wish to migrate to M2. 

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Generations Homecare System Relies on Liquid Web Through 15+ Years of Growth

Case Study

Through more than 15 of their 18 years of growth, Generations Homecare System has relied on Liquid Web for HIPAA-compliant hosting, plus backup and failover. The company uses a mixture of hosted and colocated servers, as well as managed networking components like firewalls, switches, and load balancers to provide software-as-a-service to its established global user base.

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Prober.Dev

Prober.dev checks for the headers of each of these files and compiles a summary of what it finds at the end of the scan. Since it’s a lot of files and I give a ~1 second breath time per request as not to trigger any ddos protection or ddos the server itself it takes about 10-15mins to do an entire scan.

If it finds your “wp-login.php” it’s not a big deal but it does mean it’s an easy attack vector that bots are actively targeting, it’s best to rename it something more obscure or find a plugin or something that does it for you.

Source: Prober.Dev