About Cerber Laboratory
Cerber Laboratory is a forensic team behind the WP Cerber security plugin. The team studies and analyzes patterns of hacker and botnet attacks, malware, vulnerabilities in major plugins and how they are exploitable on WordPress powered websites.
We at Cerber Lab believe that successful defense and bulletproof protection are possible only by using cooperative effort. Hacker teams on the dark side of the web are well organized and use automated inventory, so do we!
For this reason, we’ve created a constantly updating database of malicious IP addresses and malware. That’s why WP Cerber with the Cerber Lab database successfully mitigates attacks and attempts to break into WordPress and user accounts and makes it impossible to conduct successful attacks.
The lab has a set of publicly available web servers (nodes) which are distributed around the world in different Internet zones. These servers collect attempts to break into WordPress powered websites from thousands of malicious IP addresses, botnets, infected websites, hacked devices around the world in real time. That helps the team to develop new algorithms to defend websites against new threats that are appearing every day.
|#||Location||IP address||Protocols supported||Operational status|
|1||Frankfurt, Germany||126.96.36.199||HTTP/ HTTPS||Active|
|2||New York, USA||188.8.131.52||HTTP/ HTTPS||Active|
|3||Los Angeles, USA||184.108.40.206||HTTP/ HTTPS||Active|
|4||London, England||220.127.116.11||HTTP/ HTTPS||Active|
Private data remains private
We take your privacy and our reputation very seriously. The servers do not collect any personal, sensitive or website usage data in any form. The servers collect and store malicious IP addresses as they show on the Lockouts tab and type of malicious activity for these addresses.
The Cerber Lab has been founded by the WP Cerber security plugin team in December 2016 and started operating in January 2017.
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Let's make things clear with these intruder activities that happens every day with any website. How are they dangerous? What tools or plugin can mitigate them? What are chances that we can do that successfully?