Know Your Web Page of Malware Attacks

Saturday, 23 October 2010

Is your site secure visited? You may not realize that the malware (malicious software) has been infecting these pages. Malware attacks on your site or blog can be very destructive. In addition to controlling the activities page, the malware can steal data. In fact, in the worst condition is fully controlled malware-infected site.

If you feel that your site is important, then recognize the early pages of malware attacks have to be done. The three tools below you can try to identify and detect the level of site security.

1. The WOT - This is a add-on that displays the level of confidence in your site through the ranks. The WOT will perform in search engines to show how secure the site to be visited. WOT's traffic-light style cans be understood by the smallest of web surfers. Green means safe, yellow means caution and red means stop. It's easy and free.

2. Google Safe Browsing - This tool provided by Google to find out whether your site is infected with malware or not. You only need to add the address of site, then see the results of diagnostic pages. Visit the web page above and replace the end of the URL with your site address.

Google will display the four categories of the diagnostic results page, including the current status of the site, what happened when Google visited the site, whether the site in question become intermediaries for distributing malware, or sites already infected with malware.

3. Live Webmaster tool - Add your website address and go to the Live Webmaser Crawl Issues to find pages sites infected with malware. This tool can also identify the external links are a contributor malware attacks.

Three tools are also highly recommended to determine if the site pages infected with malware or not. Good luck!