Free version does what it should… hunts down and identifies malware so you can remove it! Comprehensive reporting. Only reason I don’t give it 5 stars is the “scareware” banners that pop up on the backend if a scan fails. If you get a false positive, you can’t whitelist to make the “Your site is infected with malware” notifications go away on the backend without buying their Advanced version. I would at least need the ability to muffle those if I was to install this on a customer site. Don’t want panic calls from cleints who think their site is infected because we got a false positive in a scan.
The Web Application Firewall is a nice feature. Has blocked several potential exploits in just a couple days.
The subscription for Advanced is very affordable for multiple sites. A little steep if you are just running it on your own site, but if you are a developer or agency with many sites out there, it makes sense to buy it (assuming I can turn off the scareware popups in the backend and redirect the “Request Malware Cleanup” to my service desk).
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