Gravityscan Blog

Updates on website security and what's going on in our universe.

How We Constantly Validate and Improve Gravityscan’s Accuracy

This entry was posted in Gravityscan on Jun 8, 2017 by Andie La-Rosa 2 Replies

Gravityscan adds a powerful layer of security for websites by identifying any potential vulnerabilities, exploits or security issues on your site. The quality and caliber of these scan results depend heavily on the up-to-date accuracy of the data that we use to compare your site’s files and configuration against, so we thought we’d give you a...

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Gravityscan’s First Day Results: In a Word – Wow!

This entry was posted in News on May 17, 2017 by mark 53 Replies

You only realize how incredibly impressive a team is on launch day. The Gravityscan team worked steadily for almost a year, consistently producing releases that added features as Gravityscan grew and became a product. Then, through the QA cycle, the team steadily burned down bugs and made the product rock-solid and ready for launch. Here...

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Get Ready for an Important Joomla Security Update

This entry was posted in Joomla on May 17, 2017 by mark 1 Reply

The Joomla dev team have announced that they will be releasing a security update today at 1400 UTC. That is approximately 7 hours from now. We are sending this alert out at midnight pacific time to give you advance warning about this important release. It is not yet clear what the vulnerability in Joomla is. It...

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Introducing Gravityscan

This entry was posted in News on May 16, 2017 by mark 47 Replies

This morning I am incredibly excited to introduce you to a project that the Wordfence team has been working on for almost a year. A few moments ago we officially launched, a malware and vulnerability scanner that works on any website....

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