How does SiteLock protect my data?

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TitleHow does SiteLock protect my data?
SQL injection, is an extremely damaging attack in which hackers will attempt to access information stored in your database, such as customer data or user ID's and passwords. SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is the programming language understood by databases. By inserting commands from this programming language into fields on your website's input forms, hackers can gain access to the database records of vulnerable sites, stealing credit card data, passwords, e-mail addresses and any additional data available in the database. SiteLock SQL injection scanning reviews all of the files and applications on your website to detect any injections that have been inserted in your website code. If we identify an infiltration, we will notify you immediately via email. Your SiteLock dashboard will show a list of infected pages, and our Expert Services team can help you repair your website.

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