What is SiteLock and what does it do?
SiteLock is a service that performs daily scans of a website to identify vulnerabilities and protect against threats like viruses, cross-site scripting, SQL injection and even email blacklisting. The SiteLock™ Trust Seal provides customer confidence and increases your sales and conversions.
What do I get with SiteLock?
|SiteLock Verification Certificate
|| Verifiable Trust Seal
| Deep 360-Degree Site Scan
|| Unlimited Expert Support
| Reputation Management
|| Network Security Scanning
| Business Validation
|| Up to 500 Pages
What types of problems does SiteLock scan for?
SiteLock performs a Deep 360 Scan that encompasses:
- Reputation monitoring: ensures the reputation of the website is intact and communication to visitors and customers is uninterrupted.
- Malware blacklist: monitors search engine and proprietary malware lists to make sure the site is not blocked by search engines and browsers.
- Spam blacklist: ensures that e-mails reach customers' inbox (not their Spam folder), SiteLock verifies e-mail addresses, domains, and email servers against lists used by popular email tools to identify spam.
- SSL Verification: ensures users do not see a certificate warning or error when visiting your site.
- Network security: validates the security of the network by making sure there is no opportunity for hackers to access the server.
- Drive-by-downloads: scans the website to ensure visitors are not being infected with viruses often placed on websites by hackers.
- Customer data protection (SQL & XSS): performs forward- and backward-looking scans to make sure current and future visitor/customer data on the site is secure.
- Application security: certifies the validity of the business and provides a certification badge to display to website visitors to let them know the business or website is legitimate.
- Business Verification: ensures the reputation of the website is intact and communication to visitors and customers is uninterrupted.
- Domain ownership: ensures that the domain owner is in control of the website domain.
- Postal Address: verifies that the site owner can receive and respond to postal mail, such as customer payments or inquiries.
- Phone Verification: ensures that there is a phone number where customers can report issues or request additional products or services.