Malware, also known as malicious software, is the growing and most popular problem on the internet now. Nowadays hackers are finding new ways to inject malware into vulnerable computers through Facebook and other popular social media tools. Hackers inject malicious code into your website by exploiting any security weaknesses on your server and when your customer/visitor browses your website they in turn become vulnerable to the malware attack through your website. Without their knowledge, this malware spreads rapidly in their computers and websites until you remove the malicious code from your website.
Search engines regularly monitor the websites infected with malware and blacklist them in their search index after repeated warnings. Some search engines may block your website permanently from their index depending on the seriousness of the issue.
Yes, even small websites are also vulnerable to malware infection. Hackers target a large pool of small websites to inject malicious code which in turn sends out spam emails using the SMTP of your server. The server will give access because it is going through a genuine website like yours.
Many hackers look for easy targets which are vulnerable to malware infections and attacks. End Malware Security Seal comes with a daily malware scan which alerts you by sending a message to the registered email id so that you can respond quickly to the attack. By having a security seal on your website it indicates to the hacker that your website is being monitored by a trusted tool and that it can't be affected by the malware injection.
It is very hard to detect malware on your website with a human eye and if it is a large website it is next to impossible to detect manually. However using a tool like End Malware it is very easy to detect malware irrespective of the size of the website. All you will need to do is to register for End Malware Security Seal (which is free) and install it on your website to monitor and send alerts if your website is affected.
By having End Malware Security Seal on your website, you indicate to your customers that you really are concerned about their safety from malware and that your site has passed the End Malware Security scan. Most of the website visitors don’t want to reveal their identity until they feel that you are really providing safety to their identity or other sensitive information of theirs.
No, we use most advanced technologies like loading the seal from CDN and optimizing it to enable your website to load faster. Therefore adding a seal to your website will not affect the speed of your website.