After cleaning your site, SecurItPress helps to ensure your site from future attacks
Make sure your website software has no known security vulnerabilities. Fix all identified security issues. Our team will offer specific recommendations.
Update Your Site
Update YOur PAsswords
Is the password your are using for your WordPress Admin and cPanel the same? Best practice is to use unique password for each site.
A good backup can save the day. We recommend setting up at least daily backups of your site. Better yet, use a third party storage provided like Amazon or Dropbox.
HAve Backups of your Site
Scan your site for Malware
Regularly scanning your site for malware is an important step in having the upper hand when it comes to detection.
WAF (Web Application Firewall) are a great first line of defense to protect your site from attacks like DDoS. There are great free services like CloudFlare that you can setup in minutes.
Use and Activate a WAF
Even after your site might be clean of Malware, it still might be listed on many sites as being 'blacklisted'. Sites like Google Safe Browsing and Norton Safe Web can prevent your customers from accessing your site.