Automatically monitor public-facing websites for malware, vulnerabilities, and other risks to security and reputation.
Be aware if your website contains security gaps or has been exploited or blacklisted.
Surface vulnerabilities that can impact user experience and search engine rankings.
Avoid brand damage resulting from embedded malware and website defacement.
Automatic scans look for potential threats on your websites including compromised hosting and IP information, spam and injected malware, outdated software or vulnerable plug-ins and extensions, server errors, blacklist status, and more. Additionally, blocklisting helps identify if your website domain(s) have been flagged as malicious, while whitelisting works to ensure optimal scanning performance.
Automated reporting presents website risk scoring, vulnerabilities found, and recommendations for improvement.
Simply add the website domain(s) you’d like scanned and get automated monthly reports (ad hoc reporting is also available). Whitelist Defendify’s website scanner to ensure scans are completed without blocking from security devices (e.g. firewall, WAF). Website scanning is recommended to run regularly with a minimum cadence of monthly reporting.
Watch the video to learn more about the Defendify Website Security Scanner.
Welcome to Defendify! The all-in-one cybersecurity platform. With Defendify’s website scanning you will be able to discover problems that your website might have which could lead to a compromise. Defendify produces a report monthly answering the questions is there spam or malware present, is the website blacklisted, are there any malicious redirects, is the website up to date with patches? Receiving a website scan report from Defendify will help you identify security issues with your website.
This is just one of the modules under our Layered Security approach that work together to give you holistic protection.
Some of your questions might have already been answered. Read them here.
A website security scanner is a tool that can be deployed to scan your website domain(s) for a variety of potential security gaps including:
A website security scanner is not the same as a vulnerability scanner. A website security scanner is a good fit for most general-use marketing websites, whereas a vulnerability scanner is better suited to things like web applications.
Assess, scan, and stay alert with nothing to install or pay for.