Website Application
Firewall (WAF)

Block attacks before they reach your website. Speed up load times and increase availability. Gain peace of mind from leading-edge protection.

Starting at $15 /mo/site

Website Hack Protection
Website Malware Scanning & Detection.

Scan your website for malware, hacks, and blacklist status. You can rely on our state-of-the-art website malware scanner to gain visibility into your website security.

A Safer Internet
Website Security Solutions

Built for small businesses, enterprise organizations, and web professionals.

Monitoring Only

$ 2.22/Mo/site
  • Malware Attack
  • Blackhat SEO Spam Injections
  • SQL Injections
  • DNS, SSL Certificate Changes
  • Mobile Malware Infections
  • Phishing Lures
  • Hijacked Websites
  • Search Engine Blacklisting
  • Customer Support
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WAF PRO

$ 15/Mo/site
  • Malware Removal SLA: 3 hrs
  • Malware Removal & Hack
  • Brand Reputation & Blacklist
  • Stop Hacks (Virtual Patching)
  • Advanced DDoS Mitigation
  • CDN Performance
  • SSL Certificate Support
  • Firewall
  • Customer Support
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WAF BUSINESS

$ 25/Mo/site
  • Malware Removal SLA: 1 hrs
  • Malware Removal & Hack
  • Brand Reputation & Blacklist
  • Stop Hacks (Virtual Patching)
  • Advanced DDoS Mitigation
  • CDN Performance
  • SSL Certificate Support
  • Firewall
  • Customer Support
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PRO & Business
Website Security Platfom

The Firewall is a cloud-based WAF that stops website hacks and attacks.

Stop Hackers

DDoS Mitigation

Performance Optimization

Web Application Firewall

Malware Detection

Malware Cleanup

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Got questions? We’ve got answers.

The protection feature is a custom Website Firewall solution that functions as a perimeter defense for your website. In technical terms, it’s recognized as an Intrusion Detection System and an Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) designed specifically for websites. It filters all incoming traffic to your website through our network, allowing us to detect and stop all malicious traffic.
The migration is seamless and you should not experience any down time.
Yes.
A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack happens when multiple IP addresses (sources) are trying to DoS (denial-of-service) a chosen target. This means that the targeted site or server gets so many requests that it cannot respond to legitimate traffic, or responds so slowly that it is rendered as unavailable. If these attacks are successful, there will be a server overload and the site will go down. There are many types of DDoS attacks that can affect and bring down a website, and they vary in complexity and size. The most well-known attacks are the syn-flood, Layer 3/4 UDP and DNS amplification attacks, and Layer 7 HTTP Flood Attacks.