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Sitelock Website Security and Malware Removal

Automatically Scan and Remove Malware and Vulnerabilities

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Scans your site for threats

  • Daily Malware Scanning
  • Covers 25 Pages
  • Daily Blacklist Monitoring
  • One Time Website Application Scan
  • One Time SQL Injection Scan
  • One Time Cross Site (XSS) Scan
  • Sitelock Trust Seal

Find and remove malicious codes

  • Daily Malware Scanning
  • Scan 500 Pages
  • Daily Blacklist Monitoring
  • Automatic Malware Removal
  • Daily SQL Injection Scan
  • Daily Cross Site (XSS) Scan
  • WordPress Scan

Find, fixx and prevent threats

  • Daily Malware Scanning
  • Scan 500 Pages
  • Global CDN
  • Automatic Malware Removal
  • Web Application Firewall
  • Content Acceleration
  • WordPress Scan

How it Works

Scans Daily

SiteLock screens every aspect of your web presence daily to identify security gaps. It not only checks your website, email and applications, but also search engine blacklists and spam filters.

Identifies Threats

SiteLock's 360 degree scan and powerful firewall identify advanced vulnerabilities before they can be exploited to damage your web presence, thus putting you one step ahead of hackers, always!

Instantly Notifies and Fixes

SiteLock not only identifies threats, but also fixes them for you automatically. This way, SiteLock works in the background to protect your website, while it's business as usual for you and your customers.

How You Are Protected By Sitelock

How Sitelock handle some common vulnerabilities and attacks.

SQL Injections (SQL-I)

Hackers can gain access to your database and steal customer information, including email addresses, passwords, credit card data etc. by inserting SQL commands in your website's input forms and running codes that you don't intend to.

Remote File Includes (RFI)

Attackers upload a custom coded, malicious file on a website or server using a script. The vulnerability exploits the poor validation checks in websites and can eventually lead to unintended code execution on the server or website

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

XSS flaws occur due to improper validation. Attackers exploit common client-side scripts like JavaScript and HTML and execute code in the victim's browser which can hijack user sessions, deface sites, or redirect the user to malicious sites.

Broken Authentication and Session Management

Often, application functions related to authentication and session management are not implemented correctly, allowing hackers to steal passwords, keys, tokens, or exploit other implementation flaws to assume users' identities.

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

This attack forces a victim's browser to send forged HTTP requests, including the session cookie and other authentication information, to a vulnerable web application. This allows hackers to force the victim's browser to make requests which trick the application into believing that they are legitimate

Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards

Due to improper validation, websites often redirect users to other pages using untrusted data to determine the destination. This allows attackers to redirect victims to phishing or malware sites, or use forwards to access unauthorized pages.