CodeGuard, which was the audience choice winner from Startup Alley, helps protect and monitor websites from attacks and data thefts. The startup provides a virtual version control system and stores site data in the cloud. Backups are stored hourly or daily, allowing users to see what files have changed. If there is a hack or suspicious change in data, webmasters can quickly revert to the last known “clean” version.
And hacking can be identified and site owners can be notified before they spread malware, have their links pirated, or act as a parasitic host for spammers. As we wrote in our initial review of CodeGuard, the service is similar to the Time Machine feature built into the Apple OS X software; except CodeGuard backsup data found on a server elsewhere. And the product is designed to allow owners with little technical experience to manage and monitor their websites.
You can watch CodeGuard’s demo from TechCrunch Disrupt below:
CodeGuard provides website backup, monitoring, and malware remediation services to small and medium businesses. As anyone who has ever tried to recover a crashed or hacked website can attest, the “back-up” systems of many web hosting providers leave a lot to be desired. The back-ups sound reassuring in theory–you are assured that your data is always “backed-up” on a system that is completely separate from the main one and that you’ll be able to access it whenever you...