Website Protection identifies security issues on your website that could allow a hacker to steal information, deface your site, or infect your customers. Site Scanner's daily vulnerability scan looks for threats and categorizes them by severity with an easy-to-read scorecard and gives you recommendations on how to fix them.
Your Website Protection Site Scanner site seal was revoked because your site contains malware, or because you have not corrected issues for a failing score within 72 hours.
Learn about setting up, using, and working with Website Protection Site Scanner.
This article defines what Web Risk Assessment is and what its functionality is.
If Site Scanner does not scan your site after 24 hours, you might need to verify that you control the website.
Follow these steps to set up your Website Protection Site Scanner account.
This article explains how to upgrade from Malware Only Site Scanner to the full version of Site Scanner.
This article explains the differences between Website Protection Site Scanner and Malware Only Site Scanner
Website Protection Site Scanner results display as “Pass” or “Fail,” based on the total number and severity of issues on your website.
Your website failed a Website Protection Site Scanner daily scan because Site Scanner identified one or more serious security issues in your website.
This article explains how Website Protection Web Risk Assessment and Website Protection Site Scanner are the same and how they are different.