Some of you may have already seen our announcement earlier this morning, but for those of you who haven't: The Dasient Web Anti-Malware (WAM) monitoring and diagnostic services have graduated out of beta, and are now generally available. We've had an exciting few months since first launching these services, continuing to build out the scalability, reliability, and speed of our malware detection platform and proving its readiness with tens of thousands of beta customers. We're thrilled to be able to make these services generally available, so we can help even more businesses and site owners protect themselves from web-based malware.
With the graduation out of beta, we'll be introducing some new features. They include richer reporting tools that will provide customers with data on the number of URLs scanned each week, lists of all URLs scanned and attacks being checked for, and the latest web-based malware attacks Dasient has detected. They also include new account management features that will enable customers using Dasient WAM to protect multiple domains to manage all those domains using a single login.
Other new updates include significant upgrades to the overall speed and reliability of the Dasient WAM scanning technology, as well as the ability to scan customer sites for links to dangerous downloads that might be placed in user-generated content or in syndicated ads on those sites.
We've also launched a redesign of Dasient.com that features some new resources for current and potential customers. Head here to learn a little more about web-based malware and the threat it poses to businesses and site owners of all types and sizes. Or check out some of our customer testimonials, to hear firsthand how Dasient WAM helped them. We also have a new whitepaper on drive-by downloads and other web-based malware threats.
To learn more about how Dasient WAM can help you protect yourself from the threat of web-based malware -- and the attendant loss of traffic, decline in revenue, and damage to brand equity -- check out our product page.