Black Friday: is your website fit for purpose?

Jscrambler offers Free Webpage Threat Analysis to help ecommerce businesses understand the threats that may be damaging their conversions
SAN FRANCISCO - Sept. 18, 2018 - PRLog -- With Black Friday and the holiday season looming on the horizon, we are sure to see more records being smashed in ecommerce sales. But can website owners be really sure how their users are seeing their website? In this day and age, online sales are being affected by malicious browser injections, malicious ads that distract and redirect users and malware that steals data and compromises online transactions. What can be done in advance of the holiday season so that ecommerce business owners are reassured that their websites are fit for purpose?

Jscrambler, leader in JavaScript Application Security, is today launching a FREE Webpage Threat Analysis (WTA) so that ecommerce website owners can find out what threats are putting their businesses at risk. Jscrambler technology is trusted by more than 43,000 customers worldwide, including Fortune 500 Companies.

The Webpage Threat Analysis will give visibility to ecommerce businesses and allow the removal of price comparison ads injected into their websites along with other client-side threats. Many online businesses are losing the attention of their users and revenue to their biggest competitors. The conversion rate of these websites is therefore negatively affected and reputational damage can be incurred. WTA will also help to prevent credentials theft in transactions or forms protecting  users who could be infected without their prior knowledge. Users can unwillingly expose their PII and other sensitive data whilst completing transactions and hackers can leverage this to make users perform actions on their behalf. If this happens on an eCommerce website, shoppers will likely hold the company responsible.

Rui Ribeiro, CEO and co-founder of Jscrambler said, "People can apply for a chance to receive a FREE report outlining specific client-side threats that their website is facing. Eligible ecommerce website owners will receive further instructions in order to activate Jscrambler's analysis script. After a designated period, monitoring will start and, after a few weeks, a report will be delivered detailing the threats that have been identified along with some recommendations."

As a timely reminder of what can happen to a business of ANY size, we have the very recent example of British Airways ( being breached by credit card skimming malware. This is precisely the kind of threat that can be prevented by the solutions devised by Jscrambler.

To learn more about Jscrambler's Free Webpage Threat Analysis offering, please visit To qualify, ecommerce websites must have more than 500.000 unique monthly page visits.

Catarina Cardoso
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