Website Security – StopTheHacker
Protect your website from hackers today
One click activation
StopTheHacker is a fully hosted service that can be activated in seconds from your hosting control panel. You don’t need to add code to your website or worry about installing and managing software, so StopTheHacker has no impact on your site’s speed. Once activated, StopTheHacker scans your website daily for thousands of virus and malware threats, automatically notifying you via email if there’s anything suspicious.
View your website security and reports at a glance and configure your alert settings with your intuitive StopTheHacker dashboard. It includes graphs and stats for your own use or for you to share with customers if you manage their websites.
In-depth scanning & analysis
You’ll automatically be alerted to any malware found during a scan and given the option of restoring your website back to a clean version or receiving a detailed report designed to help you clean any infection. In addition to checking HTML files on a daily basis, StopTheHacker also scans your .htaccess, CSS, and any PDFs and SWF adverts for threats.
StopTheHacker compares your site to a wide range of spam, malware, DNS, and search engine blacklists to ensure you haven’t been banned or blocked. It’s a great way to ensure your traffic isn’t impacted and your reputation remains safe.
Artificial intelligence engine
StopTheHacker features an advanced AI engine which detects new malware that’s never been seen before. Most solutions catch known malware and viruses already identified in signature databases; unfortunately, hackers also know these databases. As modern web technologies allow hackers to generate dynamic malware, more advanced methods like StopTheHacker’s intelligence engine are needed.
StopTheHacker profiles web-malware code to understand features of a piece of code, including how many arrays and variables are used, how they are used, who is using them and how frequently. All these factors provide tell-tale signs of whether this is legitimate usage or malware-like behaviour.