Last December, Patchman announced it was bringing automated core CMS patching to eCommerce applications. Adding to their already robust eCommerce portfolio, we are pleased to announce that Patchman is now offering automated core CMS patching for PrestaShop. PrestaShop is a free open source eCommerce application designed to make online stores accessible to businesses of all shapes and sizes. The application boasts over 270,000 active sites and a community of over 1 million users in 195 countries. Through partnerships with industry leaders like Google and PayPal, PrestaShop’s mission is to help all businesses build a successful online storefront.
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Patchman, best known for patching application vulnerabilities and helping hosts stop abuse before it begins, is expanding its product offering for the first time since being acquired by SiteLock in July 2017. Patchman, which is based in the Netherlands, was founded in 2015 with the goal of securing CMS applications from the hosting provider level to protect customers who did not update their applications in a timely manner. Up until now, Patchman has focused on the “Big Three” of open source content management systems – WordPress, Joomla!, and Drupal – covering core application vulnerability patches. Now, for the first time, Patchman is expanding their offerings into both ecommerce and plugins – offering patches for Magento core vulnerabilities and WooCommerce vulnerabilities.
SiteLock is expanding the network behind our web application firewall, TrueShield, and our content delivery network, TrueSpeed. To accommodate our growing customer base, we’re adding over 130,000 new unique IP addresses on May 1st, 2017. This will require some customers to make changes to their firewall or web server configuration to ensure our new servers are compatible with your website’s hosting server. If these changes are not made by May 1st, 2017, your site visitors may be restricted from accessing your website.
SiteLock is expanding the network behind our web application firewall, TrueShield, and our content delivery network, TrueSpeed. To accommodate our growing customer base, we’re adding over 1,500 new unique IP addresses on January 8th, 2017. This will require some customers to make changes to their firewall or web server configuration to ensure our new servers are compatible with your website’s hosting server. If these changes are not made by January 8th, 2017, your site visitors may be restricted from accessing your website.
You know that awkward moment when you’re screen sharing with your boss and a Viagra ad appears on your screen? It’s difficult to rebound from an embarrassing moment like that, even when you did nothing to prompt it. These “pharma” hacks happen all the time, and it is just one example of what can happen when a site falls victim to cyberattacks. Luckily, the team at SiteLock is here to help you avoid these rather uncomfortable situations.
SiteLock offers comprehensive, cloud-based website security solutions to businesses of all sizes. We protect websites from a multitude of attacks and threats, pharma hacks being just one example. Check out our video to learn more about who we are, what we do and how some of our products work.
What is TrueShield?
TrueShield is SiteLock’s WAF (web application firewall.) It operates like your very own team of secret service agents, standing guard at every possible entry point on your website, 24/7. The TrueShield web application firewall inspects every visitor who tries to enter your site, denying access to the bad guys and bad bots, and welcoming the rest. You may imagine this would cause a traffic jam and slow down flow to your website – but it is actually just the opposite. The TrueShield WAF includes TrueSpeed, a content delivery network (CDN) which moves your website into the fast lane, loading your pages faster and improving your visitors’ experience – even boosting your SEO. It’s pretty remarkable stuff.
Who can use TrueShield?
Anyone who has a website. The TrueShield web application firewall is cloud-based, which means that it doesn’t require a complicated installation – in fact setup takes just a few minutes. It also means that TrueShield is affordable for even the smallest businesses and budgets. A typical small to mid-sized business does not have the in-house technical staff, nor the time, to deal with the complexities of protecting their site from every potential attacker. A web application firewall, like TrueShield, is the easiest way for a small business to get enterprise-grade protection without needing enterprise-level resources.
To get more information about TrueShield or to learn about other great products to protect your website visit www.sitelock.com today.
In our last post, we introduced you to the new automatic malware scanner SiteLock is offering to its customers, SiteLock Secure Malware Alert and Removal Tool (SMART). We discussed the setup and configuration of the scanning system. Now, we’re going to show you the tool’s dashboard and reporting options that detect and display any malicious pieces of code that are hidden in your website.
The SMART Dashboard
Now that SMART has been configured and has started scanning your website files, it’s time to take a look at the results. Before we do, there are a few things about the interface you should know about:
SiteLock is proud to present our latest feature in our dashboard, a malware scanner that not only finds the malicious code in your website but can also automatically remove it. This new scanning tool is called SiteLock Malware Automated Removal Tool, or SMART.
The Basics Of SMART
SMART has the ability to use the (S)FTP credentials for your website to connect to your hosting server and scan the files hard-coded in your site for malicious scripts, viruses, and other unwarranted code detected on your site.
At your request, or automatically, SMART can even remove some of the malicious code from your website and send the clean version back into place. With this tool, you can stay protected from hackers who try to break into your website’s information.
In this blog post, we’re going to discuss setting up and configuring SMART. It is essential that the configuration is set appropriately in order for the malware scanner to be able to effectively monitor for malware, and clean it from infections.