How DigiCert and its partners are putting trust to work to solve real problems today.
While the world is pushed—or forced—toward digitizing all business processes, workflows and functions, the lessons from the early days of the Internet can be a predictor of success. Learn how Digital Trust can make or break your strategy and how the wrong solution may be setting your organization up for failure in less than three years.
Both consumers and businesses are at risk of malware attacks, but businesses are at a greater risk. The top threats in 2020 included Trojans, Adware and HackTool detections. Cybercriminals today are working harder to exploit vulnerable systems and their goals range from gathering intel, upgrading existing malware systems and using network-wide ransomware infections.
Instead of wondering if your website is vulnerable to malware, know for sure. Get peace of mind and prevent any unwanted security breaches with our malware and blocklist scanning tool. Check your public domains with over 70 antivirus and URL/blocklisting services.
Our easy malware scanning/blocklist checking feature in CertCentral includes on-demand scans with notifications if your domain has been blocklisted or infected. Simply follow the steps below to get started.
We analyze your domains and provide aggregate data from more than 70 third-party antivirus scanners, website scanners and domain blocklisting services providing objective feedback from around the web to ensure your digital trust remains intact. See your score in the top-left corner which indicates he number of security vendors that have flagged your site as malicious —a score of 0 is good— and view the list of scans completed under the “Detection” tab.
DigiCert Secure Site Pro TLS certificates come with more than just encryption and identity protection. They include all the features to help you ensure your website and servers aren’t vulnerable to malware, outside attacks or fraud. Upgrade your certificate to DigiCert Secure Site Pro and get malware scanning and blocklist checking, in addition to: