Website Security

Common vulnerabilities and threats

How do you know if you have a clean website? With so many viruses and malware running on the Internet, it seems almost impossible to keep a website safe. If you do discover your website has been injected with malicious code, do you know how to remove malware and make it secure again? Here are just a few of the most common threats that can turn your safe website into a hazard for you and your visitors.

Stealing sensitive customer information

Check your input fields carefully to ensure you have a safe website. This is the most common technique that hackers use to get access into a website’s database, expose every piece of information it contains and inject malicious code into that site. Make your website safe by double checking any field that requests your visitors to enter personal information such as name, email, home address, username or password.

Infecting customers with malware

Hackers can also use the links in your site as an access point. Imagine you have a link on your site for your visitors and customers to read a manual or download an e-book. You may think that this cannot affect your safe website, but hackers can use this link to inject malicious code into your site and, as a result, redirect your customers to a different site that infects their computers with malware once it is accessed.

Ruining your online reputation

Do you know how the real price of not keeping your website safe? If a hacker injects malicious code into it, you are not only putting your online reputation at risk but also the safety of your customers. When your website is discovered to be infected, your customers will stay as far away from your site as possible. With our security service you do not need to worry about these threats and you get to focus on growing your e-business while we focus on the risks and keeping your website safe.

Getting blacklisted by Google

Imagine what it would be like to discover tomorrow that your site has been blacklisted by Google without any clue as to why this happened. You could lose customers, sales and also ruin your reputation. 63% of website owners don’t even know how their sites were compromised assuming they have a safe website. Do you know if your website has any vulnerabilities and what you can do to remove malware? What are you waiting for?