How to find your website contains malware
May 08, 2020 | By Admin
- Your Website Visitors Are Being Warned By Google Chrome: Your users will eventually start complaining about not being able to access your website and that Google Chrome is blocking it out using a message which reads 'Phishing attack ahead'. If this is the case, it's a clear indication that your website's been hacked. And it's time you did something about it.
- Your Hosting Provider Takes Your Site Offline: This happens when visitors approach your website hosting provider and lodge complaints with them than choosing to approach you. When this happens, your website hosting provider has little choice but to remove your infected-website before the infection spreads to the visitors.
- Using Website Malware Scanner: If you're someone who thinks along the lines 'let me find out whether my website is vulnerable or not and then safeguard it' (which is very wrong thinking, by the way) then there are plenty of free online website malware scanners (like our very own Web Inspector) which can prove useful to you. All you have to do is provide your website's URL and you'll know whether your website is vulnerable or not within minutes.
- Using Website Security Application: This is probably the best way of offering 24/7 protection to your website. As the name suggests, website security applications are website protection tools which protect your websites from various security attacks like DDoS, Brute-Force, SQL Injection etc., through constant monitoring and by employing various website malware detection and prevention techniques.