What is Website Protection Site Scanner?
NOTE:Some features in this article are only available in the full version of Site Scanner. For more information on how to upgrade, see Upgrading from Website Protection Malware Scanner to Website Protection Site Scanner.
Website Protection Site Scanner identifies security flaws and vulnerabilities in your published website. Vulnerabilities are sort of like holes, and attackers can get in through the holes to make your website perform actions or do things you probably didn't intend when you created the site.
Site Scanner's daily scan can identify malware URLs, phishing exploits, SQL injection flaws, cross-site scripting (XSS) and more than 3,000 other common vulnerabilities. Scan results display in a scorecard on your account dashboard where Site Scanner ranks issues by severity.
Every issue includes details about the vulnerability and suggestions for how to fix it in your website. And if you need help, you can contact a security expert using the email address or phone number in the Site Scanner dashboard.
When your website receives a passing score, you can display a date-stamped Site Scanner seal. The seal assures visitors that your site is vigorously scanned daily for security threats and is safe to browse.
Does Website Protection Site Scanner use bandwidth?
What is a Web application vulnerability?
Why can't Website Protection Site Scanner contact my server?
From which IP addresses does Website Protection Site Scanner scan?
Why did my Website Protection Site Scanner seal disappear?
What is malware?
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