Defend Your Website
Site Protection automatically scans your website code daily, sends alerts and removes malware, then uploads the files back to your server, making sure you are always covered and never vulnerable to threats.
Full Site Protection
Hackers like easy targets. Site Protection looks for malware links on your site and crawls it for security holes that hackers could use to access your website or steal customer information and infect your site visitors with spyware and viruses.
Google blacklist protection
Google constantly looks for websites with suspicious activity. If your website appears to be spreading malware or viruses Google will blacklist your site and it won’t appear in any search results. Site Protection checks for risks, and validates them to ensure they are real threats. This early warning system helps you steer clear of search engine blacklisting, saving your business’ reputation and SEO positions.
Site Protection can be set up within seconds and requires no software to manage. Daily scans will check for thousands of web-based vulnerabilities and send you alerts if triggered by email or Twitter with information so you can make quick decisions.
Monitor your site and results and improve your site’s security with our online dashboard. Quickly identify any issues and get a detailed report on what they are, where they are, their threat level and suggestions on how to fix and clean them up.
Common threats to your website
Access to your database
Input fields on your website are a hacker’s dream. This is where customers enter information into a form, such as their username and password or their name, address, email, phone and any other form of data. This can open doors for hackers to access your website database exposing all your customers information. When fields aren’t properly checked, hackers can insert code that exposes everything in your database. This is a popular exploit for identity theft.
Site Protection scans and checks your website daily to ensure that your website is NOT being used to spread malicious software. If your site is deemed “suspicious” by Google, they will “blacklist” it from their search engine – affecting your site traffic, sales, business’s reputation and SEO positions. Site Protection will always alert you of vulnerabilities before this can happen and checks Google Safe Browsing daily to make sure your website isn’t on the blacklist.
Infecting your customers
Links on your website are popular access points for hackers. Any links on your site for your customers to download product information can allow hackers can inject malicious code that redirects customers to another site and deploys spyware or malware to their computers. Site Protection will scan destination URL’s daily on the server side to avoid this hack.
Defacing your website
This one of the more popular results that can come from being hacked and results in straight out website vandalism. It can happen at any time, and sends a clear message that your site is not secure. Hackers can do this by injecting code into input fields, so that when your visitors submit comments or forms, derogatory messages appear.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Site Scanner will monitor the IP address and associated DNS information of your domain for any changes. It’s rare for it to change, but if it does we will alert you.
Yes. Site Scanner monitors the WHOIS for your domain name. The WHOIS is an global internet directory that provides information on who owns a domain. This record contains information about the Registrant (the person who owns the domain), the Registrar (the entity that registered the domain), the dates, nameservers and other similar, and important, information. If at any time this information is changed you will be instantly alerted.
Site Scanner identifies malware, SPAM injections, website errors, disabled sites, database connection issues and code anomalies that require special attention.
Remote scans have the ability to detect the following infection types:
- Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
- Website Defacements
- Hidden & Malicious iFrames
- PHP Mailers
- Phishing Attempts
- Backdoors(e.g., C99, R57, Webshells)
- Social Engineering Attacks
- Black Hat SEO Spam
- Pharma Hacks
- Conditional Redirects
- Mobile Redirects