Is your website secure?
Have you ever come across a website that has been infected with malware? If not, chances are you will. Even worse, there is a chance that your own website or blog can be targeted. Hackers aren’t always interested in money – even small websites or personal blogs are prone to attack as hackers tend to learn their skills on smaller websites and blogs like yours.
To keep your website or blog free from any malware or hacker activity, I highly recommend WebsiteDefender.com, an online service that ensure your website security. This security monitoring service (currently free to use in Beta) notifies you of any security leaks or threats that might target your website or blog. WebsiteDefender will also provide clear instructions on how you can fix any security issues it finds.
Don’t worry if you are new to website security – WebsiteDefender makes the entire process easy. You don’t need to install anything, there’s no need to be trained and all maintenance is carried out by the WebsiteDefender Team. Also, once you’ve registered and activated the service, there will be no impact on your website or blog. In fact, your users won’t even notice that WebsiteDefender is regularly running security checks!
Among other things, WebsiteDefender is designed to:
- Detect Malware present on your website and/or blog
- Audit your website for security issues
- Make sure your website isn’t added to the Google Blacklistor any other search engine blacklists
- Keep your website content and data intact
- Alert you on any suspicious hacker activity
- Help resolve found issues with informative solutions
Hackers have also taken a liking to WordPress. WordPress has become one of the most downloaded open-source projects, and it powers millions of blogs around the world. Designers and developers also use it very often as a CMS (Content Management System) for their clients.
Unfortunately, great success also attracts people with bad intentions. WordPress sites are being attacked and hacked frequently and people lose their important data when hacked. Let’s not forget that WordPress is open source, so are the plugins you’re installing. Knowing this, how do you know which plugin to trust and install?
To put it simply, are you absolutely sure that your WordPress website or blog is secure?
If not, I strongly suggest you download and install the most powerful security plugin,WebsiteDefender WordPress Security, which has been created by the WebsiteDefender Team to ensure that your WordPress installation remains safe. To be honest with you, the WebsiteDefender WordPress Security plugin works best when combined with the WebsiteDefender service.
The plugin is a free and a comprehensive security tool that scans your WordPress installation for vulnerabilities, checks if your installed plugins are safe and suggests corrective measures, such as weak passwords, secure file permissions, database security, version hiding, WordPress admin protection and lots more.
I’ve been using the WebsiteDefender WordPress Security plugin for several months now and I’m greatly satisfied with my website security. I know I said it above, but when you combine the plugin and the WebsiteDefender service, you can have real peace of mind when it comes to being secure against malware and hacker threats. WebsiteDefender sends me important email reminders when I forget to update WordPress or my plugins and lets me know of any vulnerabilities that may exist.
Trust me, it doesn’t matter if you run your website or blog on WordPress or not, you should definitely sign up for the WebsiteDefender online security service today!