As the number of online users increases, businesses also need to establish their online presence and image. Thus, websites play a crucial role in establishing and maintaining the online presence of this business. Like the traditional business, these websites need to store extensive data about the organization – company profile, annual reports, event details, contact information, etc. But if websites does not comply with the best website security practices, misfortunes occur.
WordPress comprises 33% of the World Wide Web. However, being the cheapest and easiest solution available on the internet, WordPress has also become the favorite attack spot for hackers. It has become the highest targeted CMS. In this article, you shall read about the different malicious codes that may be residing in your WordPress website and how you can perform a check on them using various WordPress Malicious Code Checker.
There is seldom a more worrisome moment presents itself for a website owner than Google flagging your websites with a 'This site may be hacked' warning or a 'This site may harm your computer" flag. This warning could get your heart racing or this could give you troubled sleeps. And, this is bad for your beloved business because Google is scaring away your potential customers. You must have wondered why Google flagged your website and the possible reasons for this and how can you remove it? Read on to find out.
Now, with the World Wide Web being a populated place and constantly growing with a rapid rate. It becomes important to keep a check on the websites that are malicious. And, blacklist those which have been hosted to carry out malicious activities over the internet. For this job, a search engine seems the best fit for search engines are where most people get in contact with different websites.
As the technological advancements and website blogging flood the digital era, it becomes an expensive task to maintain individual hosting for each and every website. Thus, website owners/bloggers accept Shared Web Hosting as the most economical solution to carry forward their business. But little do they know that this compromise in hosting may lead to some major security concerns and pose a serious threat to their websites.
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Planning to take your business online? The basic requirements include an eye-catching website and an effortless Content management system(CMS) cut out for an e-commerce website. Well, PrestaShop & WooCommerce are both open-source platforms to build your e-commerce websites on. Hence, the dilemma of choosing one between PrestaShop vs WooCommerce, two leaders of this space can be mind-numbing. So, in this…