In this section you will find items that provide general help using Gravityscan.
The Free Security Monitoring program provides daily security scanning along with the Gravityscan Trust Badge for your website.
The “My Sites” page is where you can manage all websites you are protecting with Gravityscan in one place.
The “Account” page in Gravityscan gives you a way to manage everything related to your Gravityscan account.
The purpose of this article is to help Wordfence users understand how to best utilize Gravityscan as a complementary security solution.
This section provides help articles related to scanning your site, scan settings, upgrading to Pro and other topics related to malware and vulnerability scanning using Gravityscan.
Gravityscan only allows users who have proven that they own or are an administrator of a website to view security vulnerability details. This prevents people from trying to use Gravityscan for malicous purposes.
Learn about how installing Gravityscan Accelerator enables faster and more accurate scans.
Installing Gravityscan Accelerator vastly improves the scan speed and effectiveness that Gravityscan can provide. This page explains how to install Gravityscan Accelerator.
The Manage Site Settings page is where you control all settings for each website that you have configured in Gravityscan.
Everything you need to know about the information provided on the scan results page and how to use it.
The scan history page is where you can access historical scan results for sites that have been updated to Pro.
Gravityscan makes it easy to share your scan results.
Install the Gravityscan Trust Badge takes just a few minutes.
Learn how to upgrade sites to Pro and enjoy faster scans, alerts, scheduled scans, scan history and access to help from our awesome support team.
Gravityscan can scan Magento and let you know about any vulnerabilities you have in Magento or any malware that it detects.
A guide for users who are using a cloud WAF (web application firewall) like GoDaddy/Sucuri Cloudproxy or Cloudflare.
Server-level security settings can sometimes interfere with communication with Gravityscan servers. To fix this and to get the most out of Gravityscan, you may need to whitelist our IP range.
These guides provide step by step instructions for removing malware from your website.
A malicious redirect redirects site visitors to another website. Learn how to remove malicious redirects from your website.
Backdoors give attackers free reign over your web site. Learn how to find and remove them.
Spam pages can affect search traffic. Learn how to identify and remove spam pages.
If you have one spam link, you likely have many. Learn how to easily find and remove spam links.
Phishing operations are one of the fastest ways to end up on a blacklist. Learn how to identify and eliminate phishing files from your site.
Malicious mailers can overwhelm site resources and land your site on a blacklist. Learn how to remove malicious mailers from your site.
A malicious file uploader is a file or script that allows an attacker to upload any file. Learn how to find and remove malicious file uploader scripts.
Learn how to find, identify, and remove defacement pages from your site.
Not sure if code is malicious or not? Learn how to identify suspicious code and determine if it is malicious.