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SiteLock is a service that performs daily scans of a website to identify vulnerabilities and protect against threats like viruses, cross-site scripting, SQL injection and even email blacklisting. The SiteLock(tm) Trust Seal provides customer confide...
SiteLock performs a Deep 360 Scan that encompasses: * REPUTATION MONITORING: ensures the reputation of the website is intact and communication to visitors and customers is uninterrupted. * MALWARE BLACKLIST: monitors search engine and proprietary ma...
SiteLock is a subscription service which is billed for in advance and available in one-year terms.
The list of emails that are sent come from servers -support@sitelock.com, customerservice@sitelock.com and sales@sitelock.com. You may want to whitelist these email addresses.
SiteLock will inform the site owner by email, and with an alert in the SiteLock Dashboard. The report will provide complete information about the issue that is found along with help to remove it.
Site visitors will not be alerted to any problem. The SiteLock seal will simply continue to display the date of the last good scan of the website site. If the site owner fails to rectify the problem, within a few days SiteLock will remove the seal from th...
No. SiteLock scans won't impact the performance of a website. The SiteLock seal has no impact on load times.
The Virus scanner works by pulling the files from our daily scans and comparing them to an industry-leading database of virus signatures to determine if there is any match between your site and known malicious code. Because this is an intensive process an...
Users simply include the JavaScript snippet that SiteLock provides in the footer area of their site or template.
The Site Lock product will be active once the user has paid for and configured the service, by entering the required account information * A welcome email is sent out from SiteLock * The email contains instructions for installing the SiteLock certi...
Malware is a general term for malicious software and is a growing problem on the internet. Hackers install malware by exploiting security weaknesses on servers and gaining access to websites. The malware code is not visible or easily detected, and may inf...
Every website needs to be trusted to be successful. Growing concerns about fake sites, viruses and identity theft have made consumers reluctant to do business with websites that are not taking steps to protect them. With a GeoTrust Website Anti-Malware Sc...
Because of the potential damage caused by malware, Google, Yahoo, Bing and other search engines place any site found with malware on a blocked list or blacklist, excluding it from search results. If your site is blacklisted, it may be blocked entirely or ...
Distribution of malware via websites almost doubled in 20101. With over 286 million unique variants of malware being identified last year* , your website is vulnerable to an attack. Don't let your website be hacked. * Symantec Internet Security Threat Re...
Any website is at risk of being infected by malware. Small websites might be more vulnerable because they are less likely to have resources and expertise to detect and respond quickly to attacks. Malware may infect your customer's computers when they simp...
Hackers are constantly developing new ways to exploit weaknesses on servers and attack websites. Once an exploit is found, they access your website and add malware without your knowledge or consent.
As consumers become more concerned about identity theft, they look for signs that a site is safe before doing business. By posting the GeoTrust Website Anti-Malware Seal, you show customers that you care about their safety and that your site has passed th...
Your first scan should happen within 24 hours after configuration. You should have received an email from GeoTrust notifying your service has started. If you cannot find this email, GeoTrust offers a tool to resend it [https://products.geotrust.com/orders...
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