crypt-159113_640Stop Hackers In Their Tracks!

Web sites, just like desktop computers, need to be built and maintained with proper security to protect web site integrity, availability and confidentiality. This is true for the web site itself, as well as anyone visiting it.

Our services are concerned with protecting our clients. Our primary goal is to detect security vulnerabilities, and remove any malicious code. We also have services to back up and protect the web site from ever being compromised again.

In the course of maintaining the fitness of our own website, we frequently scan our existing client’s websites, as well as others we think might benefit by our services. We want to do our part to make the Internet a safer place! You are not alone. All of the prominent websites shown below have recently been compromised or attacked. Truth is, it doesn’t take much to get hacked. And it doesn’t take much to prevent it either. We can help you!


If you have arrived at this web page because you received an email or other contact from us, you have come to the right place. We are a team of professionals with simple ideals but grand goals. We work every day to improve our processes and, more importantly, bring our service to prospective clients while retaining a quality service for existing clients. These are not expensive services. We do offer a free site scan. Or for just $27 per month you can sleep a whole lot better when it comes to website security. You can call us with your credit card info, or simply go to our secure payment site here to purchase this service online.

Contact us today for a free site scan! Our scanner is highly sophisticated and designed to identify a number of different malware types. They include:

  • Obfuscated JavaScript injections
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Website Defacements
  • Hidden & Malicious iFrames
  • PHP Mailers
  • Phishing Attempts
  • Malicious Redirects
  • Backdoors (e.g., C99, R57, Webshells)
  • Anomalies
  • Drive-by-Downloads
  • IP Cloaking
  • Social Engineering Attacks