What is Deep 360-Degree Site Scan?

Deep 360-Degree Site Scan checks all files susceptible to threats, including .css files, .js files, .jpg, .png and other image files and others. It performs a deep scan checking for anything that could turn into a security issue.

What different types of scan are available?

Available types of scan include:

  • Daily Malware Scan

  • Daily FTP Scanning

  • Website Application Scan

  • SQL Injection Scan

  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Scan

All these scans are part of the Deep 360-Degree Site Scan. The availability and frequency (daily or one-time) of these scans differ from Plan to Plan. 1

In case a site is infected, will the TrustSeal display threat notification to the visitors on site?

If a scan fails, site visitors will not be alerted to any problem. The TrustSeal will simply continue to display the last date when all scans were passed. If the site owner fails to rectify the problem, within a few days SiteLock will remove the TrustSeal from the site. The TrustSeal will never indicate that a website has failed a scan.

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