Sharing what we learn in the form of content and tools has been a staple here at Sucuri since our inception. Our greatest challenge is having enough hours to share everything we find. Whether it be newfound research or discoveries made by our Incident Response Team, we strongly feel that it’s our responsibility to share. Many are familiar with this blog that we’ve maintained for years. Few though are familiar with our Labs Notes.
The Labs Notes were introduced years ago by our research team as a way to quickly share snippets of data we found interesting. It served as a simple log that we would refer back to, kind of like a log of events over time. As the team grew, it became a place that we could freely share this information with a highly technical audience. The Labs Notes are great for those with an insatiable appetite for the latest trends and insights pertaining to website malware and the associated tactics, techniques, and procedures being employed by cyber criminals.
Moving forward, we’ll be preparing monthly recaps in an effort to create a bridge between the initiatives on this blog and those on Labs Notes. We encourage everyone to take some time to review the awesome research our team is doing. You don’t have to be highly technical to appreciate the insights being shared.