MODX Site Hackers - a growing global problem!
Hackers attacking MODX Sites is becoming a growing problem around the globe. MODX sites fall victim because of vulnerabilities that allow hackers access. Once they have access, they may do some or all of the following things to your site:
- Commit fraud and theft on others by turning your MODX site into a "phishing" site.
- Your site can be used to send spam emails to millions of others.
- Jeopardize customer relationships by putting malware code on your MODX site which then install harmful viruses on your customers computers.
- Your webserver where your MODX site resides can be used to hack into other servers.
- and much more!
- If your MODX site already has a Virus or Malware? Don't panic - We can help!
At The Computer Geek, we have developed a proven set of solutions that will protect your MODX site and make it as hacker resistant as possible.
- Modify your htaccess file to put up "road blocks" for known hackers and hacker bots.
- Install security patches that will mend several MODX weaknesses.
- Boost security to your Administrative area.
- Root out and delete all vulnerable scripts in your Administrative area.
- Boost security to ensure your hosting/ftp/admin passwords are secure.
- Install script to not only lockout hackers & hacker bots, but also to trap them.
- Install our Custom Site Lock Script - We have developed a custom script that allows you to lock / unlock all your website files from the Webssite Guardian Adminstrative Area. This script locks your files so that hackers cannot access and change them. The Computer Geek is the only company that offers this lock down feature.
[Note: Not available on all server platforms.]
Contact The Computer Geeks to talk about what we can do to protect and secure your MODX Site. We would be happy to present an estimate free of charge.
Whatever your MODX needs are, they will be met with efficient, quality, and friendly service!
What is MODX
MODx is an open source Content Management System and Application Framework. Initially inspired by Etomite 0.6, MODx is an ongoing project written by Raymond Irving and a core team of contributors at the MODx Project.