What is Site Scanner?

It is a worry that many of us have - what will I do if I get hacked and how do I even know if I am vulnerable? There is now no need to worry, WHUK Site Scanner will scan your site daily and notify you if there are any problems or vulnerabilities freeing up time to concentrate on what really matters.

Advanced Malware Detection

The best way to check for malware infection

Malware spreads by silently infecting websites and using them steal information while passing on the infection to your unsuspecting visitors. This can have a huge impact on your business. Our website scanner detects hidden malware infections allowing you to quickly take back control of your website.

Vulnerability Alerting

Fix vulnerabilities before they are exploited

Site scanner checks your website for known vulnerabilities from a database of over 10,000 and alerts you if any are found, allowing you to take proactive action to secure your site before it is compromised.

Website Reputation

Protecting your organisation

Many search engines, Google included, will block sites from search engine listing and will even inform visitors of malware infections. For companies whose lifeblood is search engine traffic, this can be disastrous. Our website scanner checks to ensure your site is not blacklisted and informs you if a listing is detected so you can take immediate action.

Email and SMS notifications

Keeps you informed, no matter where you are

When a vulnerability is found it is often a race against time before it is exploited by hackers. With SMS messaging, you get instant alerts whenever a scan detects a vulnerability so you can take action to ensure your site is secured.

Deep Scanning

Site scanner follows links to drill deep down into your website and check pages that would otherwise go unnoticed if they became infected with malware.

Page Content Monitoring

WHUK website scanner takes a snapshot of your website content then compares it against previous scans and reports any changes. This allows you to quickly identify if the content has been maliciously inserted.

Why do I need Site Scanner?

With new threats detected every 4.2 seconds and up to 30,000 websites infected every day, it has never been more important to keep your website and data secure. Cybercriminals spread malware by exploiting flaws in your website which are then used to steal data and infect visitors. Whilst it is easy to think that this may never happen to you, 70% of attacks are on SMEs and 60% of victims go out of business within 6 months. These attacks can have a devastating impact on businesses: customers lose confidence and go elsewhere, and search engines will immediately delist your entire website, depriving you of revenues and traffic.

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Contact one of our friendly technical advisors now, our team is available 24x7 via live chat and are ready to answer any questions you may have.

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Crawls Links to Scan
Mail Server Blacklist Check
Domain Reputation Check
Set Specific Scan Time
Scans for Malware
Scans for XSS Attacks
Scans for SQL Injections
Scans for LFI
Scans for RFI
Scans for Webshells
Check Open Ports
Scans For Full Path Disclosure
Reverse IP Domain Check
Detects Sensitive Admin Areas
Page Defacement Detection
Scans Authentication Areas
Directory Scanning
Check SSL Certificates
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About Site Scanner


Our website scanner crawls links from web pages, robots.txt, iframes, hackers’ favourite search engines, directory indexes and directory traversals.


RBL (Real-time Blackhole List) and DNSBL (DNS-based Blackhole List) are lists of IP addresses whose owners refuse to stop the proliferation of spam. The RBL usually lists server IP addresses from ISPs whose customers are responsible for the spam and from ISPs whose servers are hijacked for spam relay.


Our website scanner checks whether your domain is listed with the above organisations and stores the IP address and domains of those involved in malware, spamming and phishing activities.


WHUK Site Scanner allows users to set scan schedules for their sites at intervals that meet their requirements, for example, daily, weekly, monthly or manually.


The WHUK Site Scanner dashboard enables clients to perform functions like adding domains and viewing reports, etc.

Malware and Vulnerability Detection


Unique feature – Website defacement check

Website defacement is an attack on a website that changes the visual appearance of the site or a webpage.

Forceful redirect injection test

This test scans JavaScript code snippets against generic signatures and ensures dangerous functions like eval, base64_decode, char, etc., do not occur. It also checks iframes.

A special algorithm has been developed to detect JavaScript obfuscation which can be used to modify vulnerable codes into an unreadable format.

Third-party links check

Our website scanner checks third-party links with reputation databases.

Malware Monitoring primarily focuses on detection of JavaScript, iFrame and defaced keywords. JavaScript is scanned for malicious code. The site is also scanned for defaced keywords like ‘Hacked by’, etc.

  • What is TMv Scan?

    TMv Scan is an intelligent security solution for your website that goes far beyond your average website scanning utility. It scans your website for malware, XSS vulnerabilities, sql injections and checks your website for issues with website code, server settings, domain reputation and much more.

  • Do I need to install anything?

    No software needs to be installed on your server. Simply enter your website address and TMv Scan does the rest.

  • Does TMv Scan subdomains?

    Yes, but you need to mention those subdomains in the additional domain field while you schedule your scan.

  • Can I pick when it scans?


  • What is OS Detection?

    Most of the time website is coded very securely and is very hard to crack so hackers usually target Operating System of the server hosting the website. TMv Scan predicts your Operating System and lists down vulnerabilities regarding that website.

  • How exactly does TMv Scan Ports remotely?

    TMv Scan checks for all ports on the server. It finds out all open ports and services/products running on those ports and checks those products in vulnerability database and alerts if any product seems to be vulnerable.

  • What is Content Change Monitoring?

    Content Change Monitoring compares the current state of your website with the snapshot of your website which was taken by you earlier and informs you if any changes are observed on the website

  • Is Authentication Based Scanning supported by TMv Scan?

    Yes, TMv Scan supports authentication based scanning via. htaccess and web based authentication.

  • What are CSRF vulnerabilities?

    Cross-site request forgery, also known as one-click attack or session riding and abbreviated as CSRF or XSRF. This is a type of malicious exploit of a website where unauthorised commands are transmitted from a user that the website trusts. Unlike cross-site scripting (XSS), which exploits the trust a user has for a particular site, CSRF exploits the trust that a site has in a user’s browser.

  • Does TMv Scan detect if a CMS is used?

    Yes, Types of CMS that are detected and scanned include WordPress, Joomla, vBulletin, Drupal and many more.