Website security

Website Security

Hackers are constantly trying to take over websites or steal information from them. It is a never ending struggle to keep up with their incessant attempts. We take website security very, very seriously and require clients pay for a minimum level of security throughout their websites.

Security Testing

Security testing a website can provide a view into what should be mitigated. Ultimately, improvement suggestions fall into one of two categories 1) outdated code 2) visitor data is not being secured.

Website Security Check

Is your website safe? Run a website security check through Gravityscan and they’ll spit out results about how bad things are. Click here and plug your domain name in: https://www.gravityscan.com

Website Security Certificate

One of the security features we demand is an SSL Certificate (secure sockets layer). It’s critical for locking down visitors’ information. As they submit information through a form on your site, it will help to prevent hackers from stealing it. Without it, Google might very well flag your website Not Secure or send users to a bright red page that says “This site may be hacked.” We talk about this is our blog post How Do I Modernize My Website? Part 2 of 5: Basic Website Structure

Got Hacked?

If your website’s been hacked, you need to take it very seriously. Nowadays, hacked websites are most commonly being turned into Chinese e commerce sites selling black market sports apparel, or porn sites charging subscription fees.

Can you image a website catering to families that is suddenly turned into a porn site? It’s a worst case scenario, but we’ve actually fixed this problem before. Their hosting company likely made the username and password for the website far too easy for hackers to guess.

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