Sucuri Blog Gets a Face Lift

Most of you that follow us have probably noticed something different today, yes, that’s right, we gave our blog a face-lift. I think most will agree that it was about time, especially with the most recent change to our main page for Sucuri.

No need to fret though, all your favorites are still on the blog, but we do hope that the over-all experience is improved. You’ll also notice a change in branding, this is no longer known as the Sucuri Research Blog.

Instead, we’ll now be classifying it as the Sucuri Blog.

This will now be our central gateway to all our information, yes this means we have also ported over the learn blog over to this new property. We will continue to provide posts as often as possible and topics will range between research, learn and basic awareness. The only element not being migrated is the Company News, that will continue to reside on our main page.

Feel free to let us know what you think.

About Tony Perez

Tony works at Sucuri. His passion lies in educating and bringing awareness about online threats to business owners. He spends his time giving presentations and writing content that everyday website owners can appreciate. His passions revolve around understanding the psychology of bad actors, the impacts and havoc hacks have on website owners, and thinking through the evolution of attacks. You can find his personal thoughts on security at Tony on Security and you can follow him on Twitter at @perezbox.

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  • Jperez

    Nice and clean blog design. Love the Genesis Framework. Good Job! 
    Hola Perez!!!

    • Andres Armeda

      Thanks :)

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  • Guest

    Having trouble with the 0swald and Lora fonts not being cleanly rendered. Any recommendations?

    • Andres Armeda

      Not off hand, these are Google web fonts.

  • Michael Torbert

    Looks great!

    • Andres Armeda

      Thanks, Marine! :) 

  • BobWP

    Yeah, I thought this looked like a Genesis framework. Really enjoy the clean, sharp look. Great work!

  • Brad Dalton

    Very nice customization of the 1140 theme Tony.

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