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Is Sucuri a reputable service?

Hi folks,

Is sucuri.net worth the money?  I'm having a hard time finding reviews from sources I trust.
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Jason C. Levine
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Jason C. Levine
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youngrmyCommented:
I Have not heard of Sucuri anti virus / Sucuri Anti Spyware or malware. Not to say that they are not a legitiment company I have just not heard of them. you can check out www.PCcleaninguide.com they have a series tutorials including links  to down known working Anti Virus / spyware / and Malware utilities.,
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younghvCommented:
Jason,
Slightly more information from McAfee:
http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/blog.sucuri.net

I looked around a bit (never having heard of them), but most of the information seems to be generated by Sucuri them own selves.

If you post some more details of your intent, one of us may have some solid recommendations for an application that will help you.

Vic
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Jason C. LevineNo oneAuthor Commented:
Sheesh, I totally lost track of this.  Many, many apologies Vic.

What happened was the following:

"I have two users (out of several thousand uniques per day) emailing me to say that my site infected them with something or other while browsing.  I've looked at Google Webmaster Tools and also ran a check on the various free (and presumed crappy) online checkers.  Everything is coming up ok, but my latent paranoia won't let me let this go. How can I check a site for malware with confidence in the results?"

and I ran a check with Sucuri and it did find an affected file which allowed me to fix the issue easily.  I am considering signing up for the paid service and just wanted to know if any Malware Experts have used them or heard bad things about them.
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younghvCommented:
Jason,
All of my experience is on the downstream side of the Foundry switch and I've never done any work on website security.

An alert was just sent to some of the EE Experts who focus on that other side of security.

Vic
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
their site is down.. I get a recursive tracert 209.118.220.45/46 actually parts of the site is up.. the blog is down for sure.. and pings goto 209.118.220.45 but the TTL expires in transit.
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Jason C. LevineNo oneAuthor Commented:
Well, heck.  That certainly argues against paying them.

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Thanks for the push, younghv.
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