Gravityscan Provides Website Malware Scanning for Any Website

Websites are a popular target for cyber-criminals, because they offer a platform for malicious activity.  A hijacked website can be used for hosting malware downloads or phishing landing pages.  Personal information stored in a website database about site users, including user names and passwords and other personal information can be extracted, decrypted, and sold on the Dark Web.

I have devoted many articles to properly securing WordPress websites.  Now there is a solution from WordFence that can scan any website for malicious code.  It is a new service called Gravityscan.  Gravityscan provides:

  • Daily fast scan for malware
  • Scanning for known vulnerabilities
  • Content safety check
  • Checking for backdoors and remote access exploits
  • Scheduled scannin
  • Alerting via SMS
  • Configurable email alerting
  • Comprehensive checking more than 20 blacklists
  • Trust badge for your website
  • Great technical support

If you are running a website on the popular WordPress platform, Wordfence is a great security option.  If your site is built on Joomla, Drupal, Weebly, Wix, Squarespace, Jimdo,or anything else, Gravityscan is a great security option for you.  I encourage you to check it out.




About the Author:

I am a cybersecurity and IT instructor, cybersecurity analyst, pen-tester, trainer, and speaker. I am an owner of the WyzCo Group Inc. In addition to consulting on security products and services, I also conduct security audits, compliance audits, vulnerability assessments and penetration tests. I also teach Cybersecurity Awareness Training classes. I work as an information technology and cybersecurity instructor for several training and certification organizations. I have worked in corporate, military, government, and workforce development training environments I am a frequent speaker at professional conferences such as the Minnesota Bloggers Conference, Secure360 Security Conference in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, the (ISC)2 World Congress 2016, and the ISSA International Conference 2017, and many local community organizations, including Chambers of Commerce, SCORE, and several school districts. I have been blogging on cybersecurity since 2006 at

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