Posts By Astra Team

Astra Security: Years' Review of Website Security & Firefighting

The year 2018 witnessed the discovery of severe vulnerabilities all around the year. These range from the famous Drupalgeddon3 to RCE bugs in WordPress core. Popular Content Management Systems (CMS) like WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, OpenCart, Magento and Prestashop had been victims of large-scale attacks. The Astra security suite played an active role in making the internet a safer place. Astra…

IS your business for thanksgiving sales- (1)

Thanksgiving is around the corner. Customers are all set with their list of products they want to buy during thanksgiving. While the customers are ready with their list, as a website or app owner you must have also taken care of the following: Right set of facebook ads to attract more buyers Adwords campaign for your product keywords Last minute…

Manchester Chelsea Everton Vulnerable

There is no number we can put to the combine following of Manchester United, Manchester City & Everton. These football clubs have millions and millions of worldwide following. While these clubs be divided by their fans and beliefs, there is something that unites these clubs: a security vulnerability! Yes, you heard it right. A critical security vulnerability was found by…

We are back with our second video. In this one we interview Maximo Pico, who is a Growth Hacker and Founder of Save My Customers. We ask Maxime: What's his take on security and how does security fit in Growth Hacking? (if it does) As a growth hacker, his thoughts on security companies that hack their potential customers and then approach…

When your business is secure, you should flaunt it! Every customer using Astra gets a security seal.  Our customers love to proudly exhibit the security seal on their website. We did an analysis on a set of websites using Astra's trust seal on their website. The results show that there has been increase in conversion rate by 9.7% after the…

Over the years after securing hundreds of websites we realized that there are two type of businesses. First ones are those who know that they can be hacked and take steps to do something about it. Second type of businesses are the ones who are very confident that they won't get hacked, but eventually do. As they say 'only the…

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