These days we hear of one website or the been hacked. Some people’s pleasure is to see that they hack one popular website or the other. I don’t really know the reason behind this intension, but I think some of them are people who also have a rival website and may feel like bringing another person’s website down, who happens to be in the same niche with them is one of the keys to their success.
Well, to make sure that it’s users are secured and don’t go through such pain, Eaglehost234.com has added the popular SiteLock addon to their system. This means that users who make orders can now choose whether or not to include the SiteLock feature.
Eaglehost234.com already has SSL security feature free for every user without any additional subscription, but they have gone a step further by providing SiteLock security features for its customers which is optional.
What is website SiteLock security?
You’ve launched your site and done lots of hard works to guarantee its success, however, you may have neglected a basic part: site security. Cyberattacks cause lots of cleanups, harm your reputation, and discourages guests from returning. Fortunately, you can prevent it all with effective website security.
Site security shields your site from:
DDoS Attacks. These attacks can slow or crash your site totally, making it blocked off to guests.
Malware. Short for “malicious software,” malware is a typical danger used to take delicate client information, appropriate spam, permit cybercriminals to get to your site, and that’s just the beginning.
Blacklisting. Your site might be expelled from web crawler results and hailed with a notice that dismisses guests if web indexes find malware.
Defacement. This attack replaces your website’s content with a cybercriminal’s malicious content.
Applying or adding SiteLock feature to your site when ordering will protect you from the above casualties.
Why do I need website security?
There are three primary reasons why each site needs security.
Hosting providers secure/protect the server your site is on, not the website itself. You can think of the website-host relationship like an apartment building: management provides security for the whole building, but it’s up to each occupant to lock their door.
You’ll secure your reputation and hold guests as well as clients. Studies show that 65 percent of clients who have had their data stolen by a compromised website won’t come back to that webpage – that is an overwhelming number of guests to lose, particularly for an independent company or site.
Malware and cyberattacks can be difficult to spot. Cybercriminals spend significant time in malware that can tactfully enter a webpage and remain covered up, so your site may be tainted and you may not know it. Some tricky malware attacks incorporate secondary backdoors, a sort of malware that permits cybercriminals to access a site without the owner’s knowledge.