Protect Your Business Websites And Digital Assets
Are you worried about the integrity of your website or digital assets? Lead303 can protect your business website and secure your company’s digital assets.
We provide cybersecurity services that include custom web application firewalls, security consulting , penetration testing, HIPAA compliance , web application development, and more. Lead303 builds custom websites for small and large businesses. If your website ever gets hacked Lead303 will work with you to restore it. Lead303 monitors all aspects of your online presence to provide proactive security consulting and proactive maintenance.
We also offer web application firewall services that protect websites, custom mobile apps, and APIs. Lead303 uses a custom web application firewall that includes rate limiting, IP whitelisting, input validation, CSRF protection, and hardening. Lead303 can monitor your website logs to find suspicious requests.
Secure Your Web Applications
We protect websites from SQL injection attacks, XSS attacks, unauthorized access, DDoS attacks, buffer overflows, session hijacking, and cross site scripting (XSS). Lead303 can perform a penetration test on your website to make sure it’s secure. Our web application firewall monitors for suspicious behavior around the clock.
You’ve invested so much time and resources in your digital assets, content creation and thought, don’t let it get away from you.
We do it all! Secure web servers for mobile and web app, SSL certificates, cloud backups, Onion V3 sites, FTP/FTPS private domains and much more.
What happens during DDOS attack?
In simple terms, a denial of service attack is an attempt to make a computer resource unavailable to its intended users. The flood of incoming messages stops legitimate requests from being processed effectively. Our firewall keeps your sites up while hackers struggle with our advanced technology and tactics.
Why would anyone will attack my website?
Your website is the treasure and hackers are in a competitive mood. They may attack your site because they can not access it or because you have something they want to steal.
A bad guy would like to take control of your Site just for mischief, such as putting up their own content, erasing the files on your Site, stealing information such as customer names and passwords that they may misuse later when attacking another site or just for bragging rights. Hackers with targeted attacks go after large businesses with deep pockets that will pay a ransom quickly to get the problem solved.
What are the signs that my website is being hacked?
As you can imagine, there are many reasons for your site to be attacked. So, the first thing you need to do is identify what’s causing your site’s issue. Here are some of the most common red flags:
1.) Missing files or folders on your Site or FTP server
2.) Unexpected HTTP 404 or 301s on your Site or FTP server
3. ) Invalid URLs on your Site that point to others sites, drive-by downloads incidents, strange redirections etc.
4.). New pages showing up with no explanation such as directory listings for files you do not have permissions to view and so forth.
5.) Unexpected file changes:
a. ) Your website does not contain any malware, however you notice that it is loading different content than expected and there are no new entries in your log files to explain the change.
b) You may also notice files with “unusual” names uploaded to your server or unauthorized users/bots connecting to your website and using the web server as a proxy to hide their location.
6.) Strange headers:
a) The message sent from your site contains headers that you would not expect, such as X-Powered-By: PHP/5.3.2 with an additional response header like “X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN”
7.) Your website has no homepage anymore.
What is reCAPTCHA?
reCAPTCHA is a free service that helps protect websites from spam and other attacks. It uses advanced risk analysis engine, including machine learning, to tell humans and bots apart.
How does reCAPTCHA work?
reCAPTCHA solution is a free service that uses innovative technology to protect websites from spam and abuse. It helps with fighting off comment spam, guestbook spam, account creation spam and many other types of automated misuses e.g. drive-by downloads etc. The idea behind it is simple – most bots online are powered by scripts and as such they can’t solve the reCAPTCHA challenge. Instead, such bots will see the images and click on them making sure that it’s a real person doing that instead of machine.
2FA Authentication For My Website?
Security on the internet is a matter of trust. Websites that process sensitive information such as passwords and credit card numbers need to build user trust, which is why they use security measures. Authentication factors are one of the most common approaches to build this trust. They are used every day by millions of people around the world for their online banking, email and social networking accounts. The way it works is that you provide 3 credentials when signing up for an account – something you know (password), something you have (keycard) or something you are (fingerprints).
A Two-factor authentication solution uses two different components to verify your identity before allowing access to a website or service: You need both — “something you know,” like a PIN, and “something you have,” like your mobile phone — to login. With two-factor authentication, even if someone steals your password they can’t get into your account without also having access to your phone.
What is a Botnet?
A Bot, or robot, is a piece of software that runs automated tasks over the internet. You can think about something as simple as a search bot, which crawls through websites looking for new content. In this scenario it’s harmless because it doesn’t do anything but crawl from website to website following links. But some bots are used with negative intent, such as those employed by spammers and scammers online. These types of bots are called “bots” or “robotnets.” Robotnets work by sending out millions of spam messages or malicious bots that spread viruses on victims’ computers and servers, making them part of the network themselves – all at the will of the botnet owner.
What is a Scanning bot?
A Scansbot or scanning bot is one that repeatedly sweeps the Internet for specific types of vulnerabilities on web-based applications, networks and personal computers. These bots are programmed to exploit known bugs, glitches or security holes in order to gain access to systems that are otherwise considered secure. The goal of these scans is often to uncover confidential information that can be used either commercially or personally for malicious means. Vulnerabilities scanned by scanning bots include unauthorized login accounts due to default passwords or other loopholes, which could potentially expose sensitive data if not properly protected. Bots used in this way may also scan for open ports looking for unprotected services such as Telnet, publishing content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress and Joomla, or search for open servers looking for web application vulnerabilities.