We have long known that the time was approaching in which we would need to improve our level of engagement with the community and start providing more substantial contributions around managing and securing your websites. We hope to use this blog, Learn Blog, to focus specifically on this challenge, educating our audience, such that through awareness we can improve security postures.
The idea is that our existing blog at blog.sucuri.net will revert back to its core focus of Research and Development (R&D) and other blogs will be created to focus on specific audiences.
The evolving nature of the web ecosystem has it such that its not longer about hiring a webmaster to help manage and administer your website. No, instead technologies like WordPress, Joomla, osCommerce and many others have empowered users to the point where the idea of a webmaster rarely surfaces when discussing the idea of a website. This fact is how the concept of a “Learn” blog came about.
Its about clearly articulating the basics and helping improve the knowledge across the end-user spectrum such that we can work together to combat the growing web-malware problem.
What we hope is to build a repository of knowledge that everyone can benefit from one post at a time.
If you want to know how to do something send us a note at email@example.com, if we find it useful to the masses we’ll draft up a post and share it with the world.