What exactly do you get when you purchase an expert security review for your website?
TLDR; You can download an example of our website security reports in PDF and XLSX formats.
Today we want to provide you with a quick overview of the deliverables that we produce for you when you purchase an expert website security report for your website/web application.
Once you enter your website address in our website checkup portal and click on the "Check" button, our platform starts running the following tasks in the background:
When we initiate the generation of a new website security report for your website, we check and collect the following data points:
Once we collected the data points mentioned above, we start the analysis and generation of tailored mitigation recommendations. We use a proprietary ML-based matching algorithm to match between each security finding and its relevant mitigation recommendation, including the grouping of similar findings by context, to provide you with the most effective plan to improve the security of your website/web application.
We welcome you to review our sample reports for the website “http://hooli.xyz/”:
Browse now to our website checkup portal, enter your website address and click on the "Check" button, our platform will make sure that your website is as secure as your customers expect it to be. Stay safe online!
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