Don’t get blacklisted by Google®. Find security threats before hackers do.
Site Scanner identifies malware links and security gaps on your website that could allow a hacker to steal information, vandalize your site or infect your customers. Our daily vulnerability scan looks for threats and gives you recommendations on how to fix them. Find a tough one? Call our hotline for FREE help from our security experts.
Keep your site safe from malware & hackers
Site Scanner looks for malware links on your site and crawls the website for security gaps that a hacker could use to steal customer information and infect your visitors with spyware and viruses.
Don’t let your site get banned by Google
Google is constantly on the lookout for websites with suspicious activity. If it appears that your website may be spreading malware or viruses – even inadvertently – Google will ban your site and it won’t appear when searched. Site Scanner looks for these vulnerabilities before they happen and does a daily check against the Google Safe Browsing list to make sure your site hasn’t been blacklisted.
Direct access to Security Experts – FREE
For help, call our security hotline to speak to one of our experts – at no additional cost! Or use the online dashboard for help, education and information about IT security best practices.
Enhance visitor confidence with site seal
Increased customer confidence leads to increased revenue. When your customers see that your site is backed with daily vulnerability scans, they’ll feel more confident visiting and interacting with your site.
Fully automated daily scans with email alerts
With Site Scanner, there’s no software to manage and it’s easy to set up. Daily scans check for thousands of Web-based vulnerabilities, then send you an email alert with a simple scorecard to let you know the severity of the issue: “Critical”, “Warning” or “Informational”.
Easy-to-read dashboard & reporting
Monitor results and improve your site’s security with our online dashboard. Quickly see if any issues exist and get a detailed report on what they are, where they are, their threat level and suggestions on how to fix them.