Anvi Web Firewall is a perfect solution to analyze and protect your website security. Trusted by millions webmasters worldwide, this fantastic, free server security software is a must-have tool for your website. It's easy to use and 100% safe and for free.
How to Use Anvi Web Firewall
Anvi Web Firewall is a free and new security solution to protect you website from being corrupted by Webshell Trojian, CC attack and SQL injection. Anvi Web Firewall has a user-friendly interface and it is very easy to carry out an operation even for a new user. Anvi Web Firewall can help website owners to detect and remove security threats existed on their website or server, and it also provides detailed scan, defense and update log about your website. As a free server security software, Anvi Web Firewall is a must-have tool for all the webmasters.
- Install Anvi Web Firewall
- You should download Anvi Web Firewall setup file before you take action to install the utility.
After you get the setup file, following steps can guide you to install the program.
Step 1 > Locate and double-click on the Anvi Web Firewall installation file (awfsetup.exe). This will launch the Anvi Web Firewall setup wizard.
Step 2 > Click on Next Button to continue the Installation.
- Use Anvi Web Firewall
- Scan Webshell
This section mainly explains the feature of each option in the Scan Webshell.
Event Logs: it displays all logs in details including Scan Logs, Defend Logs and Update Logs.
Quarantine: all detected threats will be moved here. It is allowed you to restore any file in quarantine list.
Whitelist: scan threat process will skip the file if any file is added in Whitelist.
This section mainly explains the feature of each option in the Defense.
SQL Injection: check SQL issues and defend any SQL Injection attack.
CC Attack: Recognize and refuse improper connection requests automatically.
This section mainly explains the feature of each option in the Logs.
Scan Log: record all scan time, status, result, etc.
Defense log: record all Defense time, status, result, etc.
Update log: record all update time, status, result, etc.