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Critical Syntax Partners with Companies, Agencies and Developers to provide expert level assistance with Cybersecurity and Managed Hosting Solutions

Companies are moving applications critical to their business away from local servers and online to the cloud. Hackers and criminals have now turned their attention away from hacking local networks and are targeting vulnerable web applications online. Web applications like your website, your webmail and your CRM system are easy targets for hackers looking to steal personal data and place malware like ransomware.

Your marketing, sales and HR departments are not equipped to handle this threat, and your IT department or outsourced MSP probably doesn't understand or handle web application security.

Call us at 800-719-8140 for an evaluation of your security and your software development life cycle.

About Critical Syntax

Critical Syntax is a cybersecurity & consulting firm that tests, hardens, and protects web applications as well as provides guidance with professional software development.


If you think your web applications, like your website aren't targets for hacking think again. Hackers don't just target big companies or eCommerce sites, everyone is under attack.

Have you been hacked?

If you suspect a hack of your website or other web application call us at
‪(412) 206-9513‬

WordPress powers 30% of all websites, over 70% of them are vulnerable to hacking and
over 90% of user-generated passwords are insecure.


WAF through the eyes of hackers

This is a great deep dive into Web Application Firewalls and their limitations. “In general, WAF is a modern security solution, and it won’t hurt having it with your web applications. Although today, it can only hinder the process of vulnerability search and exploitation, but it cannot protect from them altogether. As thing stand, this […]

Marco Rubio says hackers infiltrated Flo...

“The senator’s comments come in the wake of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report that revealed that the Russian military intelligence unit known as the GRU sent malicious viruses to the Florida county government officials who were overseeing the 2016 election.”

Most Common Passwords

“And at the same time, some of the passwords that look impressive (“1qaz@WSX,” “7ujMko0”) are just sequences that appear next to each other on the keyboard — a slightly more advanced version of using “qwerty” as your password. ” – lol we’ve seen this a lot too. Read More Here:

Why your website is a giant black hole i...

October 18, 2018 Mark Bursic Director of Cybersecurity Critical Syntax Based on a study of over 40,000 WordPress websites in the Alexa top 1 million list, more than 70% of installations are vulnerable to hacker attacks. If those websites that represent some of the highest traffic WordPress installations are vulnerable, how tough do you think […]