Posted on November 26th, 2012 at 8:34 am by Hannah
Everyone’s aware of the threats that malware bring to their computers, which is why products like the Norton Anti-Virus and Kaspersky are stuff we are all familiar with. However, malware can embed itself not only on your computer, but also on your website. In fact, blogs and websites that have malware are pretty common.
The problem with having your website attacked by malware is not limited to having your site bog down because a lot of malware will not attack your site but only use it to spread to the computers of those that visit to you site. Because of this you can get flagged by search engines, and worse, lose out on search rankings and eventually customer trust. After all, who would want to visit a site that could infect your computer or mobile device?
To prevent such problems, make sure to use anti-malware apps like ArmorHub for all your websites and web apps. This way your can have peace of mind that your users are safe, whether they be visiting in the comforts of their home in Osaka or a coffee shop in Chicago.
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