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malware

Why Do I Need Website Security?

A website attack can be a heartbreaking experience. Your site may be vandalized and your hard work could be destroyed. You may even lose visitors or revenue —and it’s more likely to happen than you might think, as websites receive up to 50 attacks per day on average.

Cybercrime is a big business and cybercriminals are actively looking to cash in, no matter the website’s size or purpose. Cyberattacks are usually caused by malware, which is software created for malicious purposes. Malware can:

  • Slow or crash your website
  • Steal data or traffic
  • Steal sensitive customer information, such as credit card info or phone numbers
  • Cause your website to be removed from search engine results

Malware isn’t just damaging to your website – it can also be excessively expensive. Website downtime costs an average of $427 per minute, and that can quickly add up to a devastating amount for small businesses and bloggers.

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What To Do If Your Website Has Been Hacked

With luck, you’ve never experienced a website hack, but many of us have. You look at your site in the morning and it’s scrambled, gone, or worse – it’s showing links to unsavory sites. In some ways, that’s the least unfortunate case, because at least you know immediately that something is wrong.

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