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Security Check your website for security anomalies, configuration issues, and security recommendations.
We will firstly scan your website for malware & viruses, detecting malicious code and infected file locations by scanning your external website source code. See if your website is blacklisted by website security authorities such as Google, PhishTank, etc. Identify if your website is running an outdated CMS or vulnerable plugins and extensions. Check your website for security anomalies, configuration issues, and security recommendations.
We check over 60 databases from companies such as Google, Comodo, Opera, Securi and more. We obtain information as to whether your website is seen as safe to visit and share information with.
Every time you access a website and view a closed padlock next to the URL, it means that the website is secure. Although some people think that it is only essential for online stores because they require the input of personal data and credit card information, this is not true.
Since 2018, website security has become a ranking factor in search engines like Google. For this reason, to make your website more likely to appear among the first results, it needs to have a security certificate. Besides that, secure websites convey confidence to your audience, making them more likely to do business with you.
We check your SSL certificate, to see if it says “HTTPS” at the start of the address (instead of “HTTP”). This means the website is secure with an SSL certificate. The SSL certificate is used to secure all data that is passed from the browser to the website’s server.
If you look at the address bar of your browser right now, you will see that there is a small padlock before the address of our site. Clicking on it, a message stating that “the connection to this site is secure” will appear. This means that there is a company guaranteeing that the communication between you and the company responsible for the website cannot be intercepted or modified.
We analyse your site’s theme. The theme, as well as practically everything that forms a website, are made with code. Over time, some of the settings written in code become obsolete, which can make the page vulnerable.
According to an article published by G1 in 2020, more than one million WordPress sites may be vulnerable due to some plugins and themes. That does not mean that the platform is worse than others, but that, as with any system, a website owner must be cautious when choosing themes and plugins.
You can’t just consider the web design, you need to evaluate the security that the theme offers.
De Morgan risk monitoring and control solutions concentrate on reducing your risk. Various tools and platforms are used to continuously monitor your systems for vulnerabilities that increase your organisation’s risk exposure.