Malware infections at websites are on the rise.

Malware infected websites create huge problems for businesses.

There’s nothing worse than a potential new client coming to your website and seeing sketchy links, or worse, on your home page and throughout your website.

Don’t think it can’t happen to your website. That would be a big mistake.

Google sees malware infected websites and doesn’t like them either. Google will put a warning next to your listing on a search engine results page and if you don’t remove the malware promptly they will remove your website listing entirely – now your website has been banned at Google!

Malware testing is probably the last thing you want to be doing, but losing thousands of dollars in business and ruining or embarrassing your brand isn’t exactly something you want to deal with either.

Here are two tools that you can use to test your website for malware.

Because no malware test can ever be 100% accurate, it’s a best practice to test using two separate malware detection apps.

These are two of the most widely used tools for testing websites for malware.

You might also want to test your website using the Google Safe Browsing Test.



Google Safe Browsing Test

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