WhoGoHost, a web solutions company in Nigeria, has announced the launch of two security software solutions to help keep websites safer.
[quote font=”georgia” font_size=”22″ font_style=”italic” align=”left” arrow=”yes”]This has led to the lost of important files due to accidental delete or system attack by unknown online predators. “This is why we have launched two products to help keep your site safer,” says the company.[/quote]The two products, CodeGuard and SiteLock, were launched by company after noting the rate at which website has become a source of revenue for many people and businesses, and with the increase in success of e-commerce in Nigeria, many are not taking note of the rules of staying safe online.
This has led to the lost of important files due to accidental delete or system attack by unknown online predators. “This is why we have launched two products to help keep your site safer,” says the company.
According to WhoGoHost, the CodeGuard is a solution that automates the process of backing up web files and databases at scheduled intervals.
“All you need to do is set up once and CodeGuard continues the backup process for you. You can then choose to either restore or download part of or the entire backup at a particular date. Cool right? But that is not all. The best part is you can add as many as 5 sites to the least package,” says the company.
The SiteLock is a security product that offers a suite of solutions to help keep your site safer. WhoGoHost outlines some of the features of the SiteLock to include: Daily Malware Scan, Website Application Scan, Blacklist Monitoring, SiteLock TrustSeal and TrueShield.
“When your business is online, you expose it to both legitimate and notorious ones. Some of these notorious ones try to test how secure your site is. When they do find security loopholes, they tend to take advantage of this. In some cases, they inject malicious scripts or steal data from unsuspecting visitors. In other cases, they infect your files and even delete some vital files, rendering your site useless,” says the web solutions company.
“Most responsible hosting providers will always advise that you keep a backup of your site just in case something unprecedented happens. It is also possible that you may accidentally delete some files and without a backup, they are gone for good. Or worse still, your site may get hacked and your files corrupted,” it adds.