Fraud: An Infected Website Is a CommoditySubmitted by Robert Abela on June 3, 2010 - 4:24 pm One Comment
It’s a sad statement to make that anyone can become a hacker, with a few dollars and the right contacts anyone can “order” an infected website. A simple email will give anyone the means to access credit card numbers, addresses, and all of your personal information. One blogger went so far as to label this industry as “fraud-as-a-service.”
It’s easy for individuals who have not been hacked to believe services like WebsiteDefender.com to be redundant. What started out on the floppy disk in the 90′s has evolved and moved the email trojan and infected website with tremendous propagation methods. These days websites are the most common place hackers will target, and clients with adverts and other additional click-through links are especially vulnerable.
We go out of our way to instill confidence in the users of our services by generating regular reports to let them know exactly what malware their site has been infected with, and where their site may be vulnerable to future attacks.
In fact our customers are the first to let us know that the services we offer surpass their expectations and what they thought was available on the market.
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