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The perimeter defense your website deserves, bringing you peace of mind.
Keeping your website safe from malicious malware, hackers, and threats can feel like an endless uphill battle. Sucuri Website Security offers comprehensive security with its advanced WAF firewall, DDoS protection, and malware scanning capabilities, giving you peace of mind and ensuring the protection of your website.
Sucuri proactive protection with daily scans at fixed interval to quickly identify and alert website owners in the event of any security incident. It offers comprehensive malware detection, cleanup and prevention regardless of the type of infection your site is dealing with (phishing, backdoors, website defacements, and any number of other attacks).
The biggest contributing factor to website hacks today comes from insecure code. With enough time, and new techniques, attackers find ways to exploit weaknesses in code. The Web Application Firewall helps stop these vulnerabilities such as SQL injection attacks, cross site scripting (XSS) and software vulnerabilities from from being exploited.
Using a combination of detection methods and whitelisting, the Sucuri Website Firewall is able to stop brute force attempts in their tracks. Whether using bad bots, scanning tools, or semi-manual methods, you can stop unauthorized login attempts on your critical website access points. Save your website users from having credentials stolen and used for malicious purposes.
Websites can be blacklisted if Google and Bing find irregularities that they determine could be malware. Sucuri integrates a number of the top Blacklist APIs to help quickly identify if your website is being affected, so that you can take action before harm is done.
Black hat attackers can insert links and keywords into your Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs) to divert your traffic to their own properties, stealing your rankings, followers, and revenue by leveraging all your hard work. Sucuri has a keen, effective approach to addressing infected SEO on Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs).
Scanning for malware is but one piece of the puzzle. There are a variety of other security-related events that you should be mindful of, like DNS and WHOIS modifications that you didn’t perform. Other events include monitoring the versions of your applications, and web servers. All contributing components to your security posture.
DoS / DDoS attacks have increased in number. They are easy to employ and highly effective in causing long website downtimes and high bandwidth bills. The goal is to disrupt your business by taking your website offline. Sucuri Web Application Firewall (WAF protection) prevents these types of attacks before they occur.
Zero Day attacks have been around since the beginning of the security industry. They signify the moment where vulnerabilities are disclosed and a patch is not available. It’s the moment where you and your website are at the greatest risk. Sucuri Website Firewall allows us to virtually patch your environment within minutes of a Zero Day attack being disclosed.
Sucuri includes guaranteed response times for their malware removal and hack repair service (from 4 to 12 hours depending on your subscription package). We will submit a cleanup request to Sucuri on your behalf and they will go through each of your files to perform the repairs. Sucuri guarantees that your site will be 100% cleaned.
The beauty of the Sucuri Website Firewall is that it works across all platforms, including today’s most popular brands – WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, vBulletin and many more. It supports Apache, NGINX, and Windows web servers as well. It was built with the end-user in mind, allowing for quick and easy deployments.
The biggest concern with security implementations is always the impact to the website’s performance. Rest assured that with our Website Firewall, you experience dramatic increases in performance, not just in how your website loads for your clients, but in the load placed on your web server.
Website security is incredibly important for businesses for a few key reasons. First, it helps protect sensitive information like customer data and payment details from hackers and unauthorized access. If your website's security is compromised, it could lead to data theft, financial loss, and harm your company's reputation.
Additionally, having good website security ensures that your website is always up and running smoothly. By regularly updating and securing your website, you can prevent cyber attacks and vulnerabilities that could cause your site to crash or become inaccessible to customers.
Moreover, a secure website builds trust with your customers. When you prioritize their security and privacy, they feel more confident in doing business with you and sharing their personal information online.
In today's world, where cyber attacks are becoming more frequent and sophisticated, it's crucial for every website, no matter its size, to have strong security measures in place. This helps protect your valuable data, keeps your customers safe, maintains your business's operations, and preserves your online reputation.
Businesses often face various vulnerabilities and threats on their websites. One common vulnerability is SQL injection, where attackers take advantage of poorly coded web applications to gain unauthorized access to a website's database. Another threat is Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), where attackers inject harmful scripts into a website, which can lead to the theft of sensitive user information.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are also common, where websites are flooded with excessive traffic, making them inaccessible to real users. Phishing attacks use deceptive emails or websites to trick users into giving away their personal information, posing a significant risk to businesses.
Website defacement is another threat, where attackers modify a website's appearance to spread their message, causing harm to a company's reputation. Malware infections, such as viruses and ransomware, can also disrupt a website's functionality and steal data.
To protect against these risks, businesses should implement strong web security measures like regular updates, secure coding practices, and constant monitoring to ensure their websites are secure and safeguarded from potential threats.
The Sucuri Web Application Firewall (WAF) effectively stops attacks by intercepting and inspecting incoming website traffic before it reaches the server. Acting as a protective shield, the WAF filters out malicious requests and blocks potential threats in real-time.
When a user accesses a website protected by the Sucuri WAF, their request first goes through the WAF firewall. The WAF analyzes the request, checking for suspicious patterns, known attack signatures, and abnormal behavior. It applies a set of security rules and algorithms to determine if the request poses a threat.
If the WAF identifies malicious activity or an attack attempt, it immediately blocks the request, preventing it from reaching the server. This proactive filtering process helps mitigate a wide range of attacks, including SQL injections, cross-site scripting (XSS), and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.
By stopping attacks at the WAF level, Sucuri ensures that only legitimate and safe traffic reaches the server, providing enhanced security and protecting websites from potential vulnerabilities and malicious activity.