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 Generated on March 22 2016 10:25 AM

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SEO Content

Title US-CERT | United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team

Length : 57

Perfect, your title contains between 10 and 70 characters.
Description US-CERT strives for a safer, stronger Internet for all Americans by responding to major incidents, analyzing threats, and exchanging critical cybersecurity information with trusted partners around the world.

Length : 207

Ideally, your meta description should contain between 70 and 160 characters (spaces included).
Og Meta Properties This page does not take advantage of Og Properties. When people share or like your page, it is great to have good Og properties. Otherwise, they will just see a link to your website.

In case of Facebook or Twitter this is how you get started:

Facebook: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/sharing/webmasters

Twitter: https://dev.twitter.com/cards/getting-started
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  • [H2] Current Activity
  • [H2] National Cyber Awareness System
  • [H3] US-CERT strives for a safer, stronger Internet for all Americans by responding to major incidents, analyzing threats, and exchanging critical cybersecurity information with trusted partners around the world.
  • [H3] Contact Us
  • [H3] Apple Releases Multiple Security Updates
  • [H3] IC3 Warns That Vehicles Are Increasingly Vulnerable to Remote Exploits
  • [H3] Symantec Releases Security Update
  • [H3] Announcements
  • [H3] Recent Vulnerabilities
  • [H3] Alerts
  • [H3] Bulletins
  • [H3] Tips
  • [H3] Technical Documents
  • [H3] I Want To
  • [H3] Subscribe to Alerts
  • [H3] Contact Us
Images We found 9 images on this web page.

Awesome! Most or all of your images have alt attributes.
Text/HTML Ratio Ratio : 4%

This page's ratio of text to HTML code is below 15 percent, this means that your website probably needs more text content. Search engines these days are smart enough to figure out if a page is on-topic and interesting enough to get higher rankings in their search results.

Try to write a good article around 1500 words and check for grammar and spelling errors. As they say in the SEO world: "Content is King."
Flash Perfect, no Flash content has been detected on this page.
Iframe Great, there are no IFrames detected on this page.

URL Rewrite Your links have query strings. This is not very readable for your users.
Underscores in the URLs We have detected underscores in your URLs. You should rather use hyphens to optimize your SEO.
In-page links We found a total of 58 links including 1 link(s) to files

Anchor Type Juice
Skip to main content Internal Passing Juice
Home Internal Passing Juice
About Us Internal Passing Juice
Careers Internal Passing Juice
Publications Internal Passing Juice
Alerts and Tips Internal Passing Juice
Related Resources Internal Passing Juice
C³ VP Internal Passing Juice
Download PGP/GPG keys Internal Passing Juice
Current Activity Internal Passing Juice
View Current Activity Feed Internal Passing Juice
Apple Releases Multiple Security Updates Internal Passing Juice
IC3 Warns That Vehicles Are Increasingly Vulnerable to Remote Exploits Internal Passing Juice
IC3 Alert External Passing Juice
Symantec Releases Security Update Internal Passing Juice
Security Advisory External Passing Juice
Announcements Internal Passing Juice
New Incident Notification Guidelines Take Effect on October 1, 2015 Internal Passing Juice
New Cybersecurity Resources for SLTT Governments Internal Passing Juice
Small and Midsize Business (SMB) Cybersecurity Toolkit Internal Passing Juice
Recent Vulnerabilities External Passing Juice
VU#897144: Solarwinds Dameware Remote Mini Controller Windows service is vulnerable to stack buffer overflow External Passing Juice
VU#713312: DTE Energy Insight app vulnerable to information exposure External Passing Juice
VU#270232: Quagga bgpd with BGP peers enabled for VPNv4 contains a buffer overflow vulnerability External Passing Juice
VU#583776: Network traffic encrypted using RSA-based SSL certificates over SSLv2 may be decrypted by the DROWN attack External Passing Juice
VU#938151: Forwarding Loop Attacks in Content Delivery Networks may result in denial of service External Passing Juice
VU#419128: IKE/IKEv2 protocol implementations may allow network amplification attacks External Passing Juice
VU#444472: QNAP Signage Station and iArtist Lite contain multiple vulnerabilities External Passing Juice
National Vulnerability Database External Passing Juice
National Cyber Awareness System Internal Passing Juice
Dorkbot Internal Passing Juice
Compromised Web Servers and Web Shells - Threat Awareness and Guidance Internal Passing Juice
Dridex P2P Malware Internal Passing Juice
Vulnerability Summary for the Week of March 14, 2016 Internal Passing Juice
Vulnerability Summary for the Week of March 7, 2016 Internal Passing Juice
Vulnerability Summary for the Week of February 29, 2016 Internal Passing Juice
Before You Connect a New Computer to the Internet Internal Passing Juice
Securing Your Home Network Internal Passing Juice
IRS and US-CERT Caution Users: Prepare for Heightened Phishing Risk This Tax Season Internal Passing Juice
Backoff Point-of-Sale Malware Internal Passing Juice
Keylogger Malware in Hotel Business Centers Internal Passing Juice
Combating the Insider Threat Internal Passing Juice
Report incidents Internal Passing Juice
Share indicators Internal Passing Juice
Report phishing Internal Passing Juice
Report malware Internal Passing Juice
Report software vulnerabilities External Passing Juice
Mailing Lists and Feeds Internal Passing Juice
Facebook Internal Passing Juice
FAQ Internal Passing Juice
Traffic Light Protocol Internal Passing Juice
PCII Internal Passing Juice
DHS Privacy Policy Internal Passing Juice
Disclaimer Internal Passing Juice
Accessibility Internal Passing Juice
Get a PDF Reader Internal Passing Juice
Department of Homeland Security External Passing Juice
Back to Top Internal Passing Juice

SEO Keywords

Keywords Cloud department security home alerts email tips us-cert pgpgpg homeland keys
Keywords Consistency
Keyword Content Title Description Headings
alerts 4
security 4
email 4
us-cert 3
tips 3


Url Domain : us-cert.gov
Length : 11
Favicon Great, your website has a favicon.
Printability We could not find a Print-Friendly CSS.
Language Good. Your declared language is en.


Doctype HTML 5
Encoding Perfect. Your declared charset is UTF-8.
W3C Validity Errors : 11
Warnings : 1
Email Privacy Warning! At least one email address has been found in plain text. Your email address will be used for spam. Please consider one of these options:

1. Integrate a contact form on your site.
2. Make it difficult for spam bots by using an obfuscator: Email Address Obfuscator
Deprecated HTML Great! We haven't found any deprecated HTML tags.
Speed Tips
Excellent, your website doesn't use nested tables.
Your website is using inline styles.
Your website has too many CSS files (more than 4).
Perfect, your website has a few JavaScript files.
Your website does not take advantage of gzip.


Mobile Optimization
Apple Icon
Meta Viewport Tag
Flash content


XML Sitemap Missing

Your website does not have an XML sitemap - to make it easier for search engines to find your pages it is wise to generate a sitemap.

A sitemap lists URLs that are available for crawling and can include additional information like your site's latest updates, frequency of changes and importance of the URLs. This allows search engines to crawl the site more efficiently.

Go here to know more on how to set this up: http://www.sitemaps.org/protocol.html

If you have a lot of pages (up to 500 pages is free) you can auto generate them here: https://www.xml-sitemaps.com
Robots.txt http://us-cert.gov/robots.txt

Great, your website has a robots.txt file.
Analytics Great, your website has an analytics tool.

   Google Analytics

PageSpeed Insights