After you set up Website Security, we will automatically scan your website every 12 or 24 hours based on the scan frequency that you set. If you are concerned that your site is currently infected, you can prompt Website Security to re-scan your site.
- Once the Web Application Firewall gets active the Content Delivery Network (CDN) will automatically start working. Improve your site's load time by at least 50% with servers around the world.
- Website Security provides several different website monitors that will notify you by email if something looks wrong with your site.
- SSL Monitoring: An SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a certificate on the website that allows encryption of information from the client to the server. If your site uses an SSL certificate, it is important to know the status of the certificate in order to keep your customer’s Personal Identifiable Information safe (PII). It's rare that your SSL certificate will change, but if it does, you will be alerted to any changes via email.
- Blocklist Monitoring
There are a number of blocklisting authorities that monitor for malware, spam, and phishing attempts. You will be alerted if your site is blocklisted on any of the following:
- Opera browser
- Sucuri Malware Labs blocklist