Website backdoor | Web Pro Glossary – Website Security Vol. 1

How to explain a backdoor to your clients: a website backdoor is an entry point. When a hacker breaks into your website, they often leave behind hidden entry points that allow them to access your site, even after you’ve removed malware. These entry points, known as backdoors, are often designed to be difficult to find. They can also be confused with legitimate website code, making it easy for the hacker to come back again at a later date without being detected

What is a backdoor? It’s kinda like if someone broke into your garage and stole your bird seed, then copied your keys and built a secret hidden tunnel through the floor so that they could come back next week for more.

You also might hear unauthorized access, backdoor malware, trojan, or rootkit

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00:00 – Backdoor definition
00:33 – Backdoor synonyms
00:40 – Backdoor metaphor

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