(PRWEB) September 06, 2016 -- The Internet is a home for, approximately, 1 billion websites. Stepping further into the age where digital and physical worlds are connected (Internet of Things), the number of websites and smart connected devices will continue to increase. All of the above brings new challenges that web security providers must solve. One of the challenges is 'big data' support and adopting for a higher volume of malware scan requests.
Clearly, Web Hosting, Ad Networks, and IoT are among the customers that share the same malware problems but at a larger scale as opposed to single websites. Continuous malware monitoring is vital to secure hosted websites portfolio and to ensure the safety of an ad inventory. SEO poisoning, phishing, spamming, malvertising, traffic redirects, drive-by-download and the list is long all are comprising the diverse malware toolset that targets both Web Hosting and Ad Network. Moreover, with smart connected products (IoT), a successful malware attack can bring not only virtual but physical damage as well.
Quttera has been scanning the web for years now. Backed by the unique, patented, technology and threat intelligence from millions of websites scanned globally, its malware scanner is able to identify both known and unknown (“Zero-day”) online threats. When malware scan is completed it then generates a professional report with code snippets to help locate and remove the infection from the website.
“ThreatSign - Website Anti-Malware is now running on distributed cloud environment allowing for better scalability when dealing with bulk scanning" , said Michael Novofastovsky Quttera CTO and co-founder. “This infrastructure enhancement is tailored to provide unlimited malware scanning capabilities for Web Hosting companies and Ad Networks. ThreatSign allows businesses and consumers to use Quttera services without installation from any device with internet access. It’s an ideal way to enhance website security perimeter with essential and cost-effective malware solution. Customers love ThreatSign not only because it makes the continuous, automated malware scan and blacklisting check an easy task, but also because with a click they can put one of our hosted service malware analysts on the case to perform full website audit and if needed, to get the website out of the blacklist.”
Using ThreatSign - Website Anti-Malware webmasters can quickly get professional malware scanning, reporting, and removal services with minimum resources and limited budget. ThreatSign service is CMS, as well as, hosting independent service. It scans, monitors and removes malware from websites that created on any CMS system and hosted on any web hosting out there.
Michael Novofastovsky, Quttera, http://quttera.com, +1 (323) 540-5642, [email protected]