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FastWebHost now offers SiteLock
Posted by Rupi S. on 21 July 2015 11:50 PM

SiteLock

SiteLock will keep your website safe

Hacking is a serious threat, especially for individuals and small organizations short on staff or technical skills. Protect your website from online threats and ensure your customers information is safe. 

The SiteLock Security Seal is a widely-recognized emblem you can display on your website. It is a clear indication that you've taken the necessary steps to protect your site and your site visitors. You may only display the SiteLock seal if you have been given the "all clear" after the SiteLock Scan.

The SiteLock Security Seal has proven to be a benefit to business, increasing customer trust, website traffic, and sales.

Please note: If a SiteLock scan discovers a vulnerability or security issue with your site, you will be given a specific amount of time to fix the problem. If the appropriate action is not taken, the SiteLock seal will not be visible on your website. It will be restored as soon as your site is deemed safe again.

Benefits of SiteLock?

  • Demonstrate to your customers that you are a trustworthy business by verifying your credentials such as email, phone and address.
  • SiteLock automatically scans your website for malware to ensure they are not being blocked or spammed.
  • Displaying the SiteLock certificate increases conversion rates on your site. It will give your business instant credibility and trust in the eyes of customers.

with SiteLock Basic ($23.88/year) you receive:

  • Basic Spam Monitoring: Checks your site daily to make sure it is free of spam lists.
  • Basic Business Verification: Validates that your business exists and can be trusted.
  • Site Verification Certificate: Increase conversions and develop customer trust.
  • Blacklist Monitoring: Avoid your site being quarantined by search engines.
  • Daily Malware Monitoring: Scans your site daily for malware that would block potential visitors.

SiteLock performs a series of vulnerability scans to check for website weaknesses. these include:

XSS Scripting

Checks for cross-site attacks that allow hackers to use your website to solicit your customers.

SQL Injection

Checks for database attacks where sensitive customer information is stored.

App Scanning

Checks all applications that have been installed (WordPress, Flash, etc.) for vulnerabilities.


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