Yesterday, I had been notified that my blog’s web pages sometimes contain malicious scripts. I had to shut down the blog and investigate the issue. Sorry for the inconvenience. I didn’t want to expose you to any threats.
The Unmask Parasites online service was not affected (it is hosted in a different location, and is very secure). It worked all that time. And during the investigation, my blog redirected visitors to http://www.UnmaskParasites.com
Happy Chinese New Year!
I’ve got a new version of Unmask Parasites. It’s a free online tool that helps site owners reveal hidden security problems. Hope you will like it.
The major new feature is the integration with Google’s Safe Browsing project. Now examined links and all referenced domains are checked against Google’s blacklist. It’s the same list that Firefox 3, Safari and Google Chrome use.
The results will clearly indicate whether a page links to suspicious sites (bad neighborhoods) or generates security warnings in Google’s search results and in popular modern web browsers. Continue »»
More and more people discover Unmask Parasites. Many like the service. Some even blog about it.
Thanks to all other bloggers who wrote about Unmask Parsites. I noticed your posts ;-)
If you have a blog and want to mention my service, feel free to contact me for any details you need for your post. If you don’t have a blog but still want to support me, consider bookmarking Unmask Parasites and submitting it to social media sites ;-)
Unmask Parasites online service has reached the level of 10,000 checked web pages. 556 of the checked pages were found suspicious. It’s more than 5%. The real number of checked compromised web pages is even higher since in most cases Unmask Parasites leaves it up to a site owner to decide whether detected redirects and scripts are actually malicious.
Hope Unmask Parasites has helped many site owners detect and resolve tricky security problems.
Thanks to all who used the service, helped test and improve it.
Get ready for some new interesting features.