Input fields in your website are a hacker's dream. This is where customers enter information into a form such as login and password or their name, address, email, phone and any other form of data.
This input 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 Scanner 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 Scanner 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".
Links on your website are popular access points for hackers.
Any link your customers use to download product information can be intercepted by hackers who can inject malicious code that redirects customers to another site, and could deploy spyware or malware to their computers.Site Scanner will daily scan destination URLs on the server side to avoid this hack.
This is a favourite hack by all hackers: straight out, in your face, website vandalism.
It can happen at any time, sending 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 may appear.
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