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Virusdie: Comprehensive protection for your website

(TECH NEWS) Virusdie scans PHP, HTML, JS, images, and system files to automatically clean up your website and protects against online threats, XSS/SQL injections, and any other suspicious activities.

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Precious cargo

Protecting your website, or websites, from viruses and malware can be a daunting task. And though it takes up a lot of time, I’m sure all website owners would agree that all of the double checking, deleting, and scanning to make sure everything we’ve built doesn’t go down the drain is definitely worth it.

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I’m also certain that my fellow website owners would agree that time is money, and if there is any way to save it, we are all ears. So I knew immediately you all would be just as interested as me when I heard about a new way to save three hours a week (156 hours a year or 6.5 days) of manually protecting and securing your websites: Virusdie.

Transparency and protection

Virusdie is an anti-malware network that allows users to scan, clean, and protect their website in just seconds. Not only is it fast, but it’s easy to use, and contains loads of built-in tools to protect and cleanup your websites automatically.

How does it work you ask? First you must get an account with Virusdie, after which you receive a unique Sync File for each website you wish to protect. Once you receive the Sync File, all you have left to do is upload it to your website’s root folder and you’re protected.

Virusdie scans PHP, HTML, JS, images, and system files to automatically clean up your website and protects against online threats, XSS/SQL injections, and any other suspicious activities.

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If anything is deleted or detected, you can check your malware scan and removal reports for the last 30 days to better understand what’s going on.

The blacklist indicator

Another cool feature of Virusdie is their blacklisted indicator. If your website gets blacklisted, it is suddenly restricted by one or multiple services (i.e. Google blocks your website). When this happens, Virusdie will notify you with a very fitting black skull and show you a detailed status of your misfortune.

If all of the fancy aforementioned features don’t sell you, then let me also add Virusdie now has a very easily maneuverable interface for phone and tablet as well.

So, if you are like any other website owner who values time, money, and all of the hard work and undereye bags that go into protecting your website, Virusdie may be the answer for you.

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Lauren Flanigan is a Staff Writer at The American Genius, hailing from the windy hills of Cincinnati, with a degree in Marketing from the University of Cincinnati. She has escaped the hills, and currently resides in Atlanta, where you can almost always find her camping at a Starbucks strategizing on how to take over the world.

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