Page extraction is a process of reusing the selecting pages of a file in different forms, and data extraction is the process of extracting data from multiple websites and blogs. Almost all organizations focus on protecting their web pages against external attacks, but always ignore the threat that is even more destructive in nature: data theft. It happens when someone steals your web content, and you must disable page or data extraction as soon as possible. Otherwise, the chances are that your site's ranking will be lowered by the search engines or it will get penalized or banned permanently or temporarily.
Hackers attack on different web pages to bring them down and get lots of attention. And if your company is focusing on ordinary security measures only, you might have to suffer. Other than those security measures, you can disable the page extraction and prevent your site from getting damaged. Here we have shared some tips in this regard that will ease your work.
Tip#1 – Practice The Principles Of Least Privilege And Put The Policies In Writing
These are two different yet powerful philosophies, which can help you to disable page or data extraction. As per the first philosophy, you should practice the principles of least privilege. It means you should not make your web pages available to everyone unless he/she has come to your site from a trusted IP address. Secondly, you should set some rules and regulations and make sure everyone is following those rules. As a company representative, you should put the policies and terms in writing, and every member of your company should abide those conditions at any cost.
Tip#2 – Set The Restrictive Permissions And Access
Tip#3 – Use The Encryption
If you want to prevent spammers from creating a mess for you on the internet and want to stop suspicious people from scraping your web pages, you must opt for or apply the Encrypting File System. This encryption is supported by Windows 2000 and other similar operating systems. It helps prevent suspicious users from being able to open your website, and they cannot extract data from your site in any case.
With Windows XP/2003 and later, the encrypted folders can be shared with your partners, and you can assign them special permission to access your site through an encryption dialog box.
Tip#4 – Limit The Use Of Removable Media:
One of the most important things you should bear in mind is that you limit the use of removable media, such as images, video files, and audio files. Plus, you should rarely used a thumb drive or USB to transfer data from other computer systems to your own device. You should also not depend on conceals, high capacity SD, CF, and other flash memory cards because these things can hold the data of your site and can speed up the page extraction process.