30 Oct '16, 6am

Don't count on your host for a fully secure WordPress site

I have spend a good part of my WordPress career in site design, support and coaching. During those years I cannot tell you how many times I found an email in my inbox that had this somewhere in it: “My site was hacked. What do I do? Why did my host let this happen?” It’s that last part that always jarred me. So often for users, the host is first in line to blame. It has to be about the host, right? How else could such a horrifying thing happen? It’s the people. Let’s break this down. Your host is taking care of lots of sites — hundreds of thousands of sites, possibly millions. Their priority is to protect their servers. You can be reassured they have measures in place to keep those hackers from getting into their hardware. While nothing is guaranteed when it comes to security, they are more than aware of your needs. And it can be true, some hosts might have higher security...

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