|Crack Size||15.9 MB|
|Systems||Windows 8, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows Server 2012|
Anvi Web Firewall is a reliable program that can offer you antivirus protection for your website. The software can also defend servers from threats such as SQL Injection, CC Attack or Web Shell Trojans, using built-in protocols or custom created rules. The software is easy to use and can scan webshells for malware.
Anvi Web Firewall is a reliable tool designed to ensure webshell protection. The software is also capable of scanning website paths and determine whether or not malware elements are stored on it. If malware components are found, the software can display them in a list, along with the hosting file, the risk and a description of the threat.
The process is quick and allows you to view a list of all the threats present on your website or server. You may move each file in the quarantine area or add it to the whitelist, in case it is a false positive. This action can prevent the software from detecting it again as a threat.
The Defense mechanism suggested by Anvi Web Firewall Crack implies a set of rules established for the detection, treatment and removal of SQL Injections or CC Attacks. The software can apply the built-in rules, as well as custom created protocols. You may easily add a rule definition, by specifying the Regex and the description. The enable/disable button at the top of the tab affects all the rules for the SQL Injection defense.
The CC Attack page allows you to customize the CC models, by setting the suitable safety level and observing the amount of Web attacks on an hourly, daily or monthly basis. The software can generate a graph and display the attack statistics.
Anvi Web Firewall can keep an activity log in which scan details, defense actions and website updates are marked. You may thus monitor the modifications operated on your website and detect those that were made without your approval. The software is a reliable tool for monitoring your website and ensuring its protection from SQL Injections and CC Attacks.