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Web sites are unfortunately prone to security risks. They are continously targetted by hackers, virues, and malware. Malware links and security gaps on your website can allow a hacker to steal information, vandalize your site or infect your customers. Our development team work round the clock scans vulnerability for threats and fix them immediately. We have developed our Marketing-ready CMS over open-source CMS Drupal which is known as one the most robust open-source cms developed so far and they have their own Security team who is very serious about security, if United States Government trusts Drupal then it’s safe to say that you can too. is based on same CMS core.
Here is how our secure CMS make sure that you get sound sleep - 
  1. Drupal's core code has been proven to prevent common security problems such as those defined by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP).
  2. Security review: checks for database errors, failed logins, usernames used as passwords, etc.
  3. Limit the number of unsuccessful login attempts.
  4. Ability to block IP and users.
  5. Latest code: automatically monitors for new versions of the Drupal software and the contributed modules and themes, and are notified to the admin.
  6. CAPTCHA –make users prove they’re human before allowing them to submit a comment or anything else. Can eliminate the risks of spam bots filling up your site with unwanted content.
  7.  Content Access – allows you to set a specific view for an author or a role. It can also be used for editing/deleting permissions for each content type. It uses the ACL module for operation.
  8.  ACL – can’t be used by itself, as it has no user interface, but it provides an API (application programming interface) for other modules to create lists of users and to allow them access to nodes.
  9. Hides email addresses from bots that try to extract them from your website. It either uses Javascript (if enabled) or it masks the address as “something [at] something [dot] com”
  10. Autosave content while typing, so that it’s not lost accidentally.