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    How do people protect their business web sites from hackers and malware? Are the protection programs for websites similar to the anti-virus software you might buy for a PC?

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    With website hacking and worm attacks on the rise, now is the time to give your website some added protection. Just as anti-virus software on your PC is considered a necessity, protecting your brand and your online reputation should be also. With HackerWise Reputation Monitoring and Health Scanning services, you can keep an eye on your most important online asset. With literally thousands of websites becoming infected and blacklisted every day, HackerWise will help you prevent your site from becoming a statistic, and keep your business online
    HackerWise Monitoring and Scanning |


    • #3
      Hackerwise is a good one!


      • #4
        Hi Rusher. Are you using a Linux platform? or Windows. We just try to open minimal ports through IP tables at CentOS but is Hackerwise opensource?


        • #5
          You can also try this one
          StopTheHacker Website Security
          The best way to protect yourself from getting blacklisted is to make sure you don't get hacked in the first place. Protect yourself from Malware and Malicious attacks with StopTheHacker Website Security services. With StopTheHacker, everything is Cloud-Based, so you have nothing to install and it's simple to set up. And you'll get fully automated scans which alert you to issues by email if anything comes up.