Manohar Parakh
by on June 15, 2018
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Your website is your brand and a virtual store for your business, but due to lack of awareness of the risks and consequences, one might face serious issues if the website is not protected. Business relations can suffer if your first point of contact – the website -- is not safe and secure. Cyber-attacks being reported every day because of the increasing amounts of vulnerable websites. However, the number of efforts being taken by the owners to stay ahead of the curve are not many. Hackers mainly use automated tools to find vulnerable sites no matter the size of the business. Small business owners don’t usually think about security for their website as they don’t see the importance of it. So they don’t set aside the funds and resources needed to safeguard their web presence.

You have spent countless hours of hard work on writing, designing and promoting your website and its content. You have a thriving business because your website is generating leads and eventually revenue. But what if suddenly, one day you lose your control on this website and all the hard work along with it? This scenario is very realistic and it could happen to you one day. You should know the importance of auditing your website for various types of threats like – malware in the website which will also affect site visitors, theft of customer’s data, retrieving client’s name and email addresses and even hijacking or crashing the site.

Protecting your website at all costs should be your agenda and with MTvScan, you can scan for each and every vulnerability in your website. Regularly scanning your website will ensure that there are zero issues in your site and you can smoothly run your business. MTvScan is a complete and advanced vulnerability scanner which examines different types of vulnerabilities in the purview of lurking danger.

The features of MTvScan are as follows:

1.         Mail server IP Check in 58 RBL repositories

2.         Scan SQL Injections for MySQL, MSSQL, PGSQL, Oracle databases

3.         Domain reputation in Google, SURBL, Malware Patrol, Clean-Mx, Phishtank

4.         Scan Local file injections (LFI)

5.         Scan Remote file inclusion (RFI)

6.         Scan XSS - Cross Site Scripting

7.         Scan Malware

8.         Detect and Scan CMS

9.         Open Port Application Vulnerability detection

10.       Directory Scanning

11.       Detect open sensitive / admin area of the site

12.       Scan for Directory Indexing

13.       Scan Full Path disclosure in the pages

14.       Scan Password auto complete enabled fields

15.       Information disclosure

16.       ViewState decoder

17.       Scan password submission method

18.       Authenticated area scanning

19.       Reports

20.       Robust Link Crawler

21.       Backdoor WebShell Locater

22.       WebShell Finder

23.       Reverse IP domain check

24.       Deep Application Testing

25.       Botnet Monitoring

26.       Defaced Keyword Monitoring

27.       Content Change Monitoring

28.       Schedule based Scan

29.       SSL Check

30.       Manual Scan

31.       WAF Detection

32.       CSRF Detection

33.       ClickJack Protection Check

34.       Page Source Scan

35.       OS Detection

36.       DNS Misconfiguration

37.       Phishing Scan

MTvScan also scans for the Top 10 vulnerabilities detected and listed by Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP).

Organizations spend a fortune on securing their website because a lot of business comes from online presence. If there are any kind of security loopholes in your website then it can directly lead to loss of data, breach in privacy and decreased brand value. Threats which are present online will always remain a problem for website owners but keeping an eye on these threats will push the owners to take action on them. A healthy website will perform exceptionally if you take good care of it and scan it regularly.

About Us:

ESDS’ MTvScan is a website security scanner which endows a user with uninterrupted services while examining different types of vulnerabilities and threats.

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