Secure your website against hackers with a new service

A hacking attack does not necessarily mean that someone is trying to damage the server on which your website is located. Nor does it necessarily have to steal sensitive data. Often, it is the location of malicious code, called malware, that an attacker will later use to malicious activities - attacking other sites, sending spam messages, displaying unwanted content, or even extracting cryptocurrencies.

Typically, webmasters live in the belief that they are protected from such hacker attacks if they have a strong CMS password (Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal, etc.) and use HTTPS encrypted data transfer. The site does not update and, if misused, makes the server itself vulnerable to poor security.

However, the attacker does not have to break the encryption or other sophisticated server protection to host the malware on hosting. All they need to do is use the known security bug of the content management system or its extension (plugin). Security bugs are being removed by developers by issuing new versions of the system, but it may happen that the update will be delayed, or that no one is developing the plugin.

In addition, it places malicious code in existing files, so a webmaster cannot easily recognize that a site has been hacked. In order to ensure that hackers stay on the web for as long as possible, they can wait a few days or even weeks for the malware to be used, so the malicious code gets into daily backups.

Whether spam or spam, malware will sooner or later be discovered by either the server operator or online service providers. Typically, the server operator on which the site is hosted will block the site and ask its administrator to remove the malicious code. For example, if an email service provider notifies a suspicious behavior, the domain may be on a blacklist, one is also operated by Google.  

Google then doesn't recommend suspicious domains on its search engine. The blacklist even serves other web browsers who know what sites they don't want to see - if a visitor writes a domain to a browser, a warning message says that the site is infected.

At ACTIVE 24, it offers a new service designed for those webmasters who want to focus on content creation and do not want to spend time studying the security risks of the chosen content management system. Service Web Security serves to increase site security. In the case of site attacks, ACTIVE 24 will remove malicious code without affecting the site's functionality.

All controls and interventions are hosted by the host owner and also emailed to them. He is so confident that in the event of a site attack, there will be no long-term outage, but on the contrary, the situation will be resolved immediately so that the same path will never occur.


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