“Malware” is a term for any software that gets installed on your machine and performs unwanted tasks, often for some third party’s benefit. Malware programs can range from being simple annoyances (pop-up advertising) to causing serious computer invasion and damage (e.g., stealing passwords and data or infecting other machines on the network). Additionally, some malware programs are designed to transmit information about your Web browsing habits to advertisers or other third party interests, unbeknownst to you.
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|No. Of Pages||100||Premium||Enterprise|
|Daily Malware Scan||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Auto Malware Removal||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Daily FTP Scanning||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|File Change Monitoring||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Application Scan||1 – Time||Yes||Yes|
|SQL Injection Scan||1 – Time||Yes||Yes|
|Cross Site Scripting||1 – Time||Yes||Yes|
|Use of Global Network to Identify Malicious Behavior||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Block Bad Bot Attacks||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Search Engine Access||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Comment Spam Elimination||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Search Engine Blacklist Monitoring||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Phone Number Verification||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Postal Address Verification||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Basic DdoS Protection||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Network & Application DdoSattacks (Layers 3&4 and7)||-||-||Yes|
|Auto Detection Triggering||-||-||Yes|
Software that can replicate itself and spread to other computers or are programmed to damage a computer by deleting files, reformatting the hard disk, or using up computer memory.Adware –
Software that is financially supported by displaying ads when you’re connected to the Internet.Spyware –
Software that surreptitiously gathers information and transmits it to interested parties. Types of information that is gathered includes the Websites visited, browser and system information, and your computer IP address.Browser hijacking software –
Advertising software that modifies your browser settings (e.g., default home page, search bars, toolbars), creates desktop shortcuts, and displays intermittent advertising pop-ups. Once a browser is hijacked, the software may also redirect links to other sites that advertise, or sites that collect Web usage information.