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Old 23rd October 2016, 08:03 PM   #1

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Default Website Being Hacked - Signs And Prevention

Hi. Please share with us the fastest way to know if a site has been hacked...and some protective ways to prevent from being hacked. We're running a few new blog sites and we're in the process of improving it for business purposes in the near future. So we'd like to make sure that they're all well-protected as early as now. Thanks.

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Old 25th October 2016, 01:45 AM   #2

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Hi, I understand that hackers are taking their chances to gain important information from any online business nowadays. But, I know, there's already a security tool to help us with it. It might not give us a full assurance in securing a website but it can increase our site's protections or at least minimize the hacker's chances.

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Old 25th October 2016, 04:50 AM   #3
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I think more importantly, when it comes to business, you need to make sure your employees are using your computers well. Most of the time, hackers are able to access your system when the users let them in, you know what I mean? We had one employee who opened a spam email just because he was curious. Lo and behold, it opened a can of worms - literally! I guess you can also limit access to certain areas of your system, like with a password management software? Its like having tighter security for certain parts of your system, I believe. What do you guys think?

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