6Scan – A hack prevention security scanner for your Website
Every webmaster lives in a constant fear of hack attack and his site taken down by malicious hacker & important customer information stolen , but now using 6scan you can stay sure that there is a automated system that is checking your website for weak points and moreover fixing them too.
meet 6scan , a web service from entrepreneurs and security experts in Israel that will ensure your website is safe and secure & currently available for WordPress, Joomla, Drupal , Magento & EC2 , It has a Patrol Scanner that automatically keeps on finding weak points in your website and as soon as it finds them it reports them to BodyGuard which automatically patches them whenever possible keeping your website safe from attack.
I would suggest bloggers to go for them as their free plan still notifies you via email of possible weakpoints and you can fix them manually and if you are not so techie like me , then I would suggest going for the Fortress plan , which has their BodyGuard module which will fix most of the security issues automatically.
I’ll be trying them on techstroke for now and will tell about the results in later posts , in the meantime check what they have to say about themselves .
Our story begins at Matzov, the Israeli military unit responsible for defending confidential communications from hackers – the Israeli counterpart of America’s NSA. After spending years designing security algorithms and testing products for vulnerabilities, we became the go-to people for help with securing, well, pretty much anything. We couldn’t help but notice a question that kept popping up: “My website got hacked; what do I do now?” None of the solutions we knew of could fix that problem once and for all – they were either complicated, expensive, or did only half the job. Thus, we decided to see if we could think up a way to protect websites that is both affordable and easy enough to use so that websites of any size and budget could finally solve the hacker problem, once and for all – and 6Scan was born.