One of the ways in which cybercriminals can gain access to the server is by using a backdoor. Once installed, the backdoor allows hackers to bypass typical security measures and access the victim’s server whenever they want. Even if the initial security threat is stopped, the hacker can use the backdoor to control the server without having to start the attack cycle again.
Backdoors are often used for targeted web attacks, including backdoors installed on WordPress sites.
Once a hacker takes control of your server through a backdoor, it will make it a part of their bot network and start using your server resources to carry out attacks on other devices. This not only takes resources from your server functions; It also puts your server at risk of being blacklisted as a malicious IP address.
Backdoors are usually installed as malware and provide access to the server, so that an attacker can use server resources. It is essential to block and remove the infected malware file as soon as possible to prevent the hacker from creating other backdoors in the system.
Hackers’ technologies are constantly evolving, and they have spread malware that is disguised as regular system files. Traditional malware detection methods are ineffective against these new threats. That’s why a new resource-friendly approach has been introduced that can detect any obscure malware attempt while providing a very low positive error rate. To me, we use unique technology to detect malware on your server.
Lifehost Malware Detection Module detects infected files and goes one step further, putting them in quarantine to prevent any further damage to your server.
Yes, you can get daily and weekly email reports about malware detected on your server. If you use WhatsApp, you can also get instant alerts about infected files through WhatsApp.
We are constantly adding new malware patterns to the Hyyat Malware Detection module. Structure analysis technology keeps the database up to date with the latest threats. De Hyatt Host server plan users can also add custom signatures to the database, so all of their protected servers have an extra layer of security from the power of crowdsourcing.
Yes, and we also encourage you to do so if you find malware. You can easily add new styles from the Hayat Host dashboard or in the CLI. Don’t worry, newly added signatures will start in Signature Only mode and will only be active after you confirm the results in the main dashboard. This keeps our aggregated malware database secure and provides a strong shield against emerging threats.
Our malware detection module has a very low false positive rate, but in the rare case that Life Host names a suspicious file as malware, you can easily recover it from quarantine. It’s just a click away in the Life Host dashboard or a simple command in
CLI: bitninjacli –restore=/path/to/file
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