Why do you need security?

Website administrators need to be on constant alert for breaches by hackers and data thieves. Your website's visitors could be putting their personal and financial information at risk every time they access the site, so proving to them that your site is secure is an absolute must.

SiteLock

SiteLock helps protect more than just your website; it can protect your business. Your online reputation and the security of your website are critical elements to your business. There have never been more threats to your website than now. Hackers use malware, SQL Injection, Cross-site scripting and more sophisticated techniques to steal your customer data or redirect your traffic, ruining your site's reputation.

Malware Detection

We will provide a quick diagnosis of any harmful infections or malware on your business website.

On-Demand Expert Support

Our fast, friendly and professional team is always readily available to repair and website issues that may appear.

Blacklist Monitoring

We provide daily health checks for your website to protect your business’ reputation while keeping the site off of Google’s blacklist.

Vulnerability Identification

An X-ray of your website that discovers security holes, virus injections and weaknesses.

CodeGuard

Website Backup tools

CodeGuard offers the world's leading offsite website backup & monitoring service. Watch this short video to see how CodeGuard works and how it can benefit you!

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Connect and get automatic backups

Monitor daily for changes.

Restore your website from any point.

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Secure Package

Website administrators need to be on constant alert for breaches by hackers and data thieves. Your website's visitors could be putting their personal and financial information at risk every time they access the site, so proving to them that your site is secure is an absolute must.

WAF

Our web application firewall benefits from the collective intelligence of our entire network. When we identify a new threat from one website, we can automatically block it from the other 5.5 million websites on our network.

DDoS Attack Protection

Huge network to absorb attacks DDoS attacks over 600Gbps are no problem for our 10Tbps network backbone

5,500,000+ sites protected

Cloudflare blocks millions of attacks each day

Flat pricing

No matter the size or frequency of attack - we don't nickle and dime you

Frequently Asked Questions

To help you make an informed decision, we've compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions relating to the products and services listed on this page.

If you can't find the answer to your question or if you would like more information about it, please feel free to contact us at any time and we'll be happy to help you.

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Switching plans is easy! At any time you have the option to upgrade to a different plan through the Cloudflare dashboard when you log in.
Plans are month-to-month. You will be billed at the beginning of each month period by Cloudflare, based on your initial billing date.
CodeGuard can connect via FTP or SFTP to backup your static content. A connection to your server is opened once/day, and once the server connection is established, CodeGuard will check to see if any files have changed. If changes are detected, only the changed files will be transmitted to CodeGuard's servers. This keeps your bandwidth usage low and minimizes server impact.
Right now MySQL is the only database that CodeGuard backup works with. To enable database backup, first contact your hosting provider and ask them if CodeGuard's IP addresses will need to be whitelisted. We will then provide those for you to pass along to your hosting provider.
You have several options in backing up your databases. CodeGuard can connect directly to your MySQL database, typically through Port 3306, or by tunneling over SSH with your FTP credentials or different credentials. Similar to backing up the static content, CodeGuard will open a connection once/day. Different than the static content backup though, is that the entire database will be downloaded each time a connection is opened. The database is examined by our version control system once it reaches our servers, and only the new or changed content is stored.
Yes, you can! Multiple websites can be backed up with CodeGuard, and if you have more than two or three, we highly recommend the Professional or Enterprise Plans. These plans are feature rich with tools for managing and overseeing multiple backups for different clients, and are intended for small businesses, designers, developers, and agencies.
CodeGuard utilizes Amazon's Simple Storage Service, also known as S3. While Amazon has several different services, this is the most reliable storage system on the planet, with 99.999999999% reliability. Each of the nines after the decimal point count - there are nine of them - and this means that your backups are safe with CodeGuard.
CodeGuard opens a connection with your server once a day, and checks to see if anything has changed. We do this by looking at the names of the files, the time stamps on them, and the file sizes. If any changes are found, you will be notified via email of those changes, and a new backup of that changed content will commence. This is important because websites are vulnerable - to human error in editing, to outside attack, and technology/hardware failures. Now you will know immediately if something happens to your site, and you can remedy it quickly.
When a user seeks to restore a previous version of their website, the first thing CodeGuard does is to check the live website to see what content is on it. This enables us to quickly push (or pull) the differences to or from your site. For instance, you might experience a hack that changes your .htaccess file and nothing else. Rather than reload your entire site, CodeGuard would simply replace the infected .htaccess file with your old clean copy.
Every website on the Internet should be served over HTTPS. Here's why:
1.Performance: Modern SSL can actually improve page load times.
2.Search Ranking Boost: Search engines favor HTTPS websites.
3.Security: Encrypting traffic with SSL ensures nobody can snoop on your users' data.
4.Trust: By displaying a green lock in the browser's address bar, SSL increases visitor's trust.
5. Regulatory Compliance: SSL is a key component in PCI compliance.