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SiteCheck extension for Firefox


Are the websites you’re visiting every day safe for your computer? Is your own site safe for visitors, customers or readers to navigate? Stop wondering and find out. Sucuri SiteCheck will check any site on the internet (including your own) for malware, SPAM, blacklisting and other security issues like .htaccess redirects, hidden eval code, and more. The best thing about it? It’s completely free.

You can also check any site on the web for malware, blacklisting, and overall security status by scanning it for free at SiteCheck.Sucuri.net. Go ahead. Give it a try quickly. We’ll wait a minute.

You back and ready to download our Firefox Extension? Great. Here are the details. Sucuri SiteCheck detects various types of malware, SPAM injections, website errors, disabled sites, database connection issues and code anomalies that require special attention including:

- Obfuscated JavaScript injections
- Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
- Website Defacements
- Hidden & Malicious iFrames
- PHP Mailers
- Phishing Attempts
- Malicious Redirects
- Anomalies
- Drive-by-Downloads
- IP Cloaking
- Social Engineering Attacks

There are a number of blacklisting authorities that monitor for malware, SPAM, and phishing attempts. Sucuri SiteCheck leverages the APIs for these authorities to check your website blacklisting status:

Google Safe Browsing
Phish Tank (Phishing Specifically)
McAfee SiteAdvisor

Note that if a site you’re visiting is compromised, it could harm your personal computer. Please let the site owner know about the malware as quickly as possible. If your site is compromised and you need urgent help, you can leverage Sucuri and safeguard your site for the future - sucuri.net

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