A firewall is a network security system that prevents unauthorized access to the website. Firewalls allow only authorized traffic through the website and can be used to protect against malicious attacks such as DDoS attacks, malware, and other cyber threats.
SSL/TLS certificates are used to encrypt traffic between the website and the web browser. This encryption ensures that any data sent between the two is kept secure, and it prevents hackers from being able to gain access to the data.
Authentication ensures that only authorized users are able to access the website or certain features of the website. This can be done through a variety of methods, including username and password combinations, two-factor authentication, and biometrics.
Anti-virus and anti-malware software protect the website from malicious software that can be used to gain access to the website or its data. This software is constantly scanning the website for any malicious activity and can be used to protect against a variety of cyber threats.
Web application security refers to measures taken to protect the website from vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers. This includes software and security updates, regular scans of the website for vulnerabilities, and validation of inputs from users.
• Malware Attacks: Malicious software that can be used to gain access to a website or steal sensitive data.
• SQL Injection Attacks: These attacks exploit vulnerabilities in the database of a website to gain access to sensitive data.
• Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks: Scripts that are used to inject malicious code into a website to gain access to the server or user data.
• Phishing attacks: Emails that appear to be from a legitimate source but are actually used to gain access to a website or steal personal information.
• Brute attacks: Attackers use automated tools to guess passwords or other credentials in order to gain access to a website.