DNS Servers and your domains

Validate that your DNS servers and the domains are up to date with modern security standards. This is of paramount importance for a safe internet presence and email usage. Don't be a victim of DNS related attacks.

Webserver configuration

Perform an in depth check of your web servers configuration using best practices from Mozilla, Google and Microsoft. Don't let your web server be a stepping stone for other attacks.

Content Security Policy

According to Google only 1 in 10 web servers have a Content Security Policy. In a 2016 report covering 1 billion web servers, a staggering 99% are incorrectly configured for common scripting attacks (XSS). Don't be one of those.

Cryptographic ciphers

Validate that your servers are using current and secure cryptographic settings and that insecure and outdated versions of SSL/TLS are disabled.

IBM X-Force 

Information about your domain and services from IBM X-Force

Virus Total from Google

Is any of your external servers flagged as malicious by any of the 90+ security vendors?

Our reports

Example of our reports, each report contains detailed information about any issue with an link to relevant best practise information.

Both domains and web servers are scored and gets an grade between A-F - this helps you to focus on where to put your effort first to limit your security exposure.