Backup & Protect Your Own Site
CodeGuard makes it easy for you to keep your site safe and backed up. The set up is quick and we’ve got your back.
- Malware Monitoring & Remediation
- Enterprise-grade Backups Made Easy
- WordPress Plugin
- One Click Restore
Automated Website Backup and Protection
Complete protection against corruption, data loss, hackers and malware + automated WordPress maintenance
Daily Website Backup
Automated daily backups allowing users to rollback a single file or an entire website at the click of a button.
Scans website source code to detect malware and allows users to rollback to the last previously clean backup.
Automated updates of WordPress core, plugins and themes, along with verification and automatic rollback.
CodeGuard is a leading cloud-based website backup and maintenance solution. Top web-hosting companies partner with CodeGuard to keep their clients’ websites safe and secure. CodeGuard is owned by Comodo CA, a digital identity solutions provider for businesses of all sizes.
Website Backup Overview
Independent off-site backup and monitoring for your customers
CodeGuard Website Backup is the perfect accompaniment to any existing backup strategy. With CodeGuard website backup, you enable customers to have an independent off-site backup performed and stored by a 3rd party that ensures they always have a copy of their website in the event of disaster.
With automated daily backups, using CodeGuard means deleted files are now recoverable, overwritten files are now obtainable, and if a site is hacked, the malware is easily removable. All of this with nothing to install.
Using the CodeGuard self service control panel, users can view backup history and initiate one-click automatic restores of either a single file or an entire website on-demand. Manual restores can also be performed via a zip file download option.
CodeGuard also monitors websites they backup for malware and notifies users whenever malicious code is detected along with providing the option to restore to the latest clean backup.
WordPress Management Automation
Automated maintenance of WordPress installations
CodeGuard offers built in WordPress Managment tools to help keep WordPress powered sites running smoothly. Features include:
- WordPress Plugin for management directly from WordPress
- Automated daily file and database backups
- On-demand restore functionality
- Automatic WordPress Core Updates
- Automatic WordPress Plugin & Theme Updates
- Automatic testing and rollback of failed updates
Users can simply download and activate the plugin within WordPress and start immediately benefiting from automatic updates and backups in case anything should go wrong.
There are no extra costs for this service.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is there any limit on the number of files that can be backed up?
Disk storage space is limited to the quota offered by the selected plan but there are no limits on number of files or databases.
How do backups work?
After an initial full backup, further backups are made using an incremental backup process which only stores new and changed files. This significantly optimises the amount of storage needed to maintain multiple backup copies.
How does backup restoration work?
Users have the option to perform a manual restore by downloading a zip file of their backup, or utilise CodeGuard’s one-click automatic restore. With an automatic restore, users can choose either a single file or an entire website. In either case, CodeGuard will examine a website and only replace files which have changed optimising the restore time.
Where are backups stored?
Backups are stored on Amazon Web Services Simple Storage System, known as S3. S3 boasts object durability levels of 99.999999999%, achieved by storing redundant copies of data across multiple geographies and facilities.
Are backups encrypted
Yes. Backups are stored with Server Side Encryption using one of the strongest block ciphers available, AES-256.
Are database backups supported?
Yes, MySQL and MSSQL database backups are supported using either direct MySQL connections or by tunneling over SSH.