I've Been Hacked, Now What?

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Anonymous at 12:43 on 22 Feb 2014

Interesting and contained useful content, but could have focused more on shutting down future hacks i.e. with htaccess & apache configuration settings.

Excellent talk.

Possible ideas to make it better:

* how to find out you have been hacked when nothing is obviously wrong. Some attacks alter nothing on the site but are content to install backdoors to DDOS people, send out spam emails etc.

* more examples of attacks you have discovered in the wild

I really enjoyed your talk, you are charismatic, pretty, and you know your stuff well, it was a pleasure to attend your talk

Thank you for for an enjoyable and engaging talk.

Lots of great tips, well delivered, and the discussion / Q&A was good too with lots of contributions and suggestions.

Lots of great tips, well delivered, and the discussion / Q&A was good too with lots of contributions and suggestions.

For you had just been hacked for the very first time and you had just heard this talk it would be one of the most useful things you had ever seen. However if you have been running a server which hosted wordpress/joomla/etc website for any length of time you probably had discovered all this methods yourself (with much banging your head on the wall).

What was really really interesting though was some of the recommended solutions from the audience, I almost think it would be useful to hold a talk like this more as a debate and let people share ideas

Beth did present very well, listed some great resources and provided very techniques to anyone in the room who has not yet had experience with this stuff.

Interesting talk showing both the tools the hackers use and a clear pedagogic way of presenting giving us great resources and also a fantastic Q&A - Just what one would expect from this talk.