|We first establish a "clean" baseline for your website. Then we compare your live website pages against our clean baseline.|
If there's any changes, we inspect them to see if they could be malicious.
If it's possible the modification is malicious, we report it to you.
|With our Standard Service Plan, your website is checked once every 4 hours.|
We connect via FTP and check every file on your website against our baseline for your website.
|The website security landscape changes constantly. |
We keep our "eyes and ears" on alert for any breaking news regarding website security.
You'll be receiving updates from us so you'll know what's going on in the world of computer security. You'll be more informed than any of your business associates (unless they're members as well).
You can receive these updates to your cellphone via text message, to your email account or to your Instant Message account.
|Alerting you that your website has changed, and what specifically changed, is very helpful, but we've learned from helping thousands in the forums, that you also want to know how to prevent it from happening again.|
We use our knowledge base to offer suggestions and what steps you can take to prevent this attack from being successful again.
|When you login to your account, you'll see a variety of management reports; when we visited your site, how much time was required to scan your site, what was found and a variety of other useful information.|
You'll also be able to setup multiple accounts for your various clients too, if you're a web developer, webmaster or hosting provider.
|As a member of our Premiere Service Plan, we'll perform the same "clean" baseline comparison of up to 50 webpages.|
In addition, these webpages can be on up to 10 different domains.
The tool on our order page will tell you how many webpages we find on your site. Then you can add more domains and we'll build an online quote for you.
Then just select accept and your websites are being watched.
|Clients in the Premiere Plan can have their webpages monitored every 30 minutes. Typically this will catch any infections before Google sees an infection and starts alerting everyone that your site may harm their computer.|
This helps you avoid the headaches, embarrassment and loss of customer trust by being blacklisted by Google. Early detection is key to keeping your website working for you.
|Our Advanced Diagnostic Tools allow you to check all the other websites on your shared server to see if they have the same type of infection as your site.|
If so, we'll provide you with additional evidence so you can show your hosting provider and have them resolve the issue.
More tools are being developed and will added to the Advanced Diagnostic Tools section. (only available to members of our Premiere Service Plan)
|We offer free enrollment in our standard Teleclasses, however, Premiere Members are the only ones who can register for our Premiere Teleclasses.|
In these Teleclasses we'll provide detailed information on various vulnerabilities, what blog plug-ins are safe and many other useful and interesting topics.
You'll also have access to the recordings of these sessions so you can download them and watch them at your convenience.
|Members of our Premiere Plan benefit from our automatic malscript removal.|
Many website infections are the result of compromised FTP logins and passwords. These infections can be cleaned automatically.
Our service has already identified the malscript so removal can be quick and automatic.
Not only will you be notified of the infection, but it will be removed in a matter of minutes and you (or your designated contact) will be given instructions on what to do to prevent the infection from happening again.
Many services use Google search to build a list of webpages on a website.
In order to see what Google finds on your site, and hence the only files some services scan or monitor on your site, simply use this format in Google to see what they see: insite:yourwebsite.com
Would you want to rely on a service that only monitors or scans some of the files on your website?
We Watch Your Website crawls your site. We begin with your home page and scan it for all file references, then we scan all the file references for other file references. You can imagine it's a lengthy process but as many wise men have stated, "haste makes waste". We felt that it would be better to take a little more time, but to be completely thorough in monitoring and scanning our client's websites.
|One of the techniques of today's cybercriminals is to embed their infectious code in the webpage returned by "page not found" responses.
Typically when someone requests a webpage, if the page is available the response code is a 200. If the requested webpage is not there, for instance if someone mistyped the webpage, then a response code of 404 or "page not found" is generated. Often times, websites are configured to redirect to the home page or some other predetermined webpage, if a "page not found" error is encountered. This is to make the visitors experience less distracting.
Cybercriminals like to embed their infectious code in the files returned by a 404 error because mistyped webpages are quite common. This also make their malscript more difficult to detect because unless the mistyped webpage is in the list of indexed pages, it may be awhile before it's detected.
We test various non-existing webpages for our client's websites to be sure we catch these types of infections.
We Watch Your Website also checks for redirects. These redirects generate a 300 response code. Often times cybercriminals will inject some malicious redirect code in an .htaccess file. We've had cases where the hosting provider couldn't find the malicious code found by Google. Our service utilizing our techniques and methods, found it in minutes.
Many other services don't check for redirects or for that matter, they don't check "page not found" responses either.
We Watch Your Website likes to be complete. We think you'll agree - it's the better way.
|Often times the source of infectious code on a website, isn't on the website at all.
Website owners like to monetize their website traffic by running ads on their website. These ads will generate some income and help pay for hosting fees and other basic costs.
Cybercriminals know this. They run ads with infectious code in them on some of the popular ad networks. Imagine how many websites you visit in a typical day that have some type of ads on them. Now imagine if one of those ads was delivering malicious code.
Infectious ads have proven to be one of the more difficult challenges for websites found by Google to be infectious or 'suspicious' as Google labels them.
Because we check all files on a website, even the ones hosted elsewhere, like ads, we find all infectious ads and report them to the point of contact for our client. That gives you the information you need to know if you want to continue with that ad network or not. Many people will stay with the ad network, just notify them of the infectious ad. The choice would be yours - if you were a client of We Watch Your Website.
Rarely will other services check any file outside the specified website. If your site were listed by Google as suspicious because of an infectious ad, you'd want to know - wouldn't you?
You would if you were a client of We Watch Your Website.
|Broken links aren't really a security hazard, but while we're checking everything for a website, why not check for broken links too?.
If you're running a website business and you have links to other websites for further information on a topic and the other website changes their site, you might have a broken link on your site. It's not a big deal, but wouldn't you want to know?
Sometimes, even with as smart as cybercriminals are, they make mistakes too. We've had cases where we've found malscripts on a website because they were broken links.
Once again, we do this as a minor service. We're checking websites for everything we possibly can so why not check for broken links and report them to the point of contact for our clients?
We Watch Your Website tries to over deliver. This is just one way we try.
Are you ready to become a client of We Watch Your Website?
|While we were investigating what services were needed by website owners, webmasters and web designers, we came across many sites that monitor website uptime and response times. We thought that if there's so many of them, there must be a need.
Website monitoring for uptime and response isn't our primary business, however we do monitor and notify if the website is unresponsive. During our normal website checks, we also record the response times, not from as many monitors as some sites do, currently just from our main data center location.
In the reports our clients see, it shows the average response times from our servers for each page. If a client's website ever becomes unresponsive, we run through some tests to try and diagnose the issues.
We'll ping the website. This will tell us if the domain resolves to an IP address and whether or not the server is functioning but our client's website isn't, or there's a network connection issue somewhere. At least we can provide some diagnostics to our client before they contact their hosting provider.
Some of the sites that offer uptime and monitoring service charge as much as we do, but they don't offer any security services.
We Watch Your Website tries to over deliver. This is just another way we try to provide more value than what our clients pay.
Now are you ready to become a client of We Watch Your Website?
|Our reports will show you a variety of useful data about your websites.|
First of all you can see the average response times for your site. This indicates the amount of time a visitor has to wait for your site to fully appear in their browser.
You'll also see any broken links shown along with the date and time the broken link was detected as well as the webpage the link is on.
You'll see how many people clicked on your WeWatchYourWebsite Security seal.
Our reports will show how many times we've scanned your site, what was found and any notifications that were sent.