I have multiple Linux CentOS servers that are scanned with the Google Webmaster Tools and when it finds some malicious code on my servers (shared/dedicated), the ranking of those site drops.
What I am looking for is a server scanner that scans
.js files and the likes for malware code, so that I can react before Google drops the ranking of that site.
I already found a
php malware scanner (nbs-system/php-malware-finder: Detect potentially malicious PHP files), still trying to get it to work, but I would like to find a more complete solution, to increase the security of my servers.
Is there a server/website specific malware scanner?
Note: Not looking for a fully fledged antivirus product, looking for a, preferably open source, malware scanner that scans web code, not
.dll, just specifically the web codes.
I know that to protect your Linux servers you have to configure it securely. But, we have multiple servers: shared/dedicated with thousands of sites running on it. Allot of came from other hosting companies. Pretty much all CMS out there are running on our servers, for some customers(majority WordPress) .
That's why I'm not looking for a website scanner, but a server scanner. To protect our customers when they have been hacked, sooner or latter they will complain to use, and that can be complaints in the thousands!