1.Secure your website
We will check the integrity of your site core files, your theme files and your plugin files against what is stored in the website repository. We will also scan your files periodically to identify if there are any irregularities on your files.
We synchronize with the largest security blacklist engines like Google, McAfee, Norton, and others to make sure none of them are negatively flagging your website with a security related issue.
Because we know if this happens, this will impact your online reputation and reduce traffic to your website
We implement this to give your site the best security protection any website can hope for.
- Denial of Service (DOS / DDOS) Attacks
- Exploitation of Software Vulnerabilities
- Zero Day Disclosure Patches
- Brute Force Attacks against your Access Control Mechanisms
We verify if your WordPress site is currently on the latest stable WordPress version. Change the default URL of your websitelogin area so attackers won’t know where to look. Keep bad users away from your site if they have too many failed login attempts, if they generate too many 404 errors, or if they’re on a bot blacklist.
If someone manages to get into your site, they’ll probably add, remove or change a file. Get email alerts showing any recent file changes so you know if you’ve been hacked.
We will compare changes made to any core file on your system with the original version files to determine if the change was malicious.
In addition to monitoring and taking actions post the happening of a security event, we will keep you notified of the same. As a website owner, we will provide you more flexibility to know about what’s happening on your website. Get email notifications when someone gets locked out after too many failed login attempts or when a file on your site has been changed.