Website Hack Protection

Protect your site from hacks and attacks. Our Web Application Firewall (WAF) and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) provide the protection required against website threats. Let us preserve your website traffic and rankings while increasing your website performance.

Protect My Website
  • Malware and Hack Protection

    We protect your website against malicious code and prevent website hacking with our Web Application Firewall (WAF).

  • DDoS Attack Mitigation

    Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks can cause downtime. We block layer 3, 4, and 7 DDoS attacks.

  • Zero-Day Exploit Prevention

    Hackers discover new vulnerabilities every day. We protect sites and stop suspicious behavior. Mitigating new threats rarely requires a patch.

  • Brute Force Attacks Protection

    Automated hacker tools target all sites. We stop brute force attacks and password cracking to prevent site abuse.

How We Protect Your Website from Hacking

Virtual Patching and Hardening

If a security patch is released, but you can't update your site, it becomes an easy target for hackers. We constantly update patches and server rules to protect your site.

Machine Learning

Protect your website from emerging security threats. We correlate attack data across our network to better understand malicious behavior and keep your site secure.

Protected Pages

Add another layer of protection to sensitive pages by enabling the Protected Page feature. Add passwords, CAPTCHA, 2FA (via Google Authenticator), or IP whitelisting.

IP Whitelisting

Whitelisted IP addresses ensure that only your team can access website administrative areas. Restrict your admin panels so malicious users don’t gain access.

Application Profiling

Each site has its CMS, server software, and other technologies in the stack. We analyze all the traffic to block requests that don’t fit your web application’s profile.

Signature Detection

All HTTP/HTTPS web traffic is inspected before reaching your server. With heuristic and signature-based techniques, we block malicious requests and attack patterns.

Bad Bot Blocking

When our systems detect a malicious bot or hacker tool trying to attack your site, it is blocked automatically. We protect your site from vulnerability exploitation attempts.

Geo Blocking

Most website attacks come from only a handful of countries. Block all visitors from the top three attack countries with one click or choose which countries to block.

4 %+

Web traffic is
malicious

37 k

Websites are
hacked daily

125 %

DDoS attacks
increase yearly

100 %

Guaranteed

How to Activate Website Hack Protection and DDoS Attack Prevention

1

Add Your Site to the Sucuri Website Firewall

After signing up, simply type your website domain name to get started. If your site is under a significant DDoS attack, select the option “I am currently under attack”. You can also restrict admin access to whitelisted IP addresses. More setting options available.

2

Activate Website Protection

Enable the website firewall by changing your DNS records. When activated, the firewall intercepts and inspects all incoming HTTP/HTTPS packets to ensure that only safe requests arrive at your server. Our analysts are always happy to set it up for you.

3

Add SSL and Protect Data in Transit

We will automatically create SSL certificates (HTTPS) through Let's Encrypt for your firewall server. Professional or Business plans can upload custom SSL certificates. You can open a support ticket anytime if you need assistance.

4

Choose from Caching Options

Power up your website with our content delivery. Not only is your website protected from hacks and attacks, site speed is optimized due to our high-performance caching.

Your own security team to depend on!

99% Support Ticket Satisfaction
20,000+ Sites Cleaned Monthly

Additional Resources

Webinar

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Report

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