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    What should I use to make my website secure?

    What should I use to make my website secure?

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    To make your website secure, you need to use several techniques and make sure that you continuously monitor your website using the security tools.

    First, install the malware scanning tool by SiteLock on your website. This provides for automatic and manual scanning of your website and it is effective against most malware attacks and hacking attempts. It automatically scans, detects and fix threats, malware injections, website vulnerabilities, etc. and provides a very high website security.

    Second, install a suitable SSL certificates on your website. The SSL certificate will ensure that all the communication with an external source and all customer data gets encrypted and no mid-way access is possible by anybody and makes your website safe and secure.

    Finally, after installing them, don’t sit and relax as maintaining proper website security needs continuous monitoring. Also, always keep you security software and others on your website like WordPress, plugins, etc. updated with the latest available. They will provide safety against latest kind of cyber threats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZNetLive View Post
    First, install the malware scanning tool by SiteLock on your website. This provides for automatic and manual scanning of your website and it is effective against most malware attacks and hacking attempts. It automatically scans, detects and fix threats, malware injections, website vulnerabilities, etc. and provides a very high website security.
    That doesn't make any sense, how is malware detection going to block targeted attempts to hack your server? If you're just scanning memory and files on the server, that's going to do nothing when someone downloads your database after acquiring access to the server, or something similar. Saying "it is effective against most malware attacks and hacking attempts" is going to confuse people and is very misleading.

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    What should I use to make my website secure?

    Hello Friends,

    I have no idea about it please suggest me how to create my website secure.

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    @robingage and @KratikaJordan none of you said what platform you use for your sites? Is your site hosted on wordpress platform? If yes then you can check following threads:

    http://www.seo-service-provider.org/...ordpress-site/
    http://www.seo-service-provider.org/...blog-spammers/
    https://blog.znetlive.com/wordpress-...-and-remedies/

    Last one I got today from another member of hostsearch! Hope these will help you guys!

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    You can take the following actions to secure your website against hackers:
    1. Secure your login page.
    2. Implement website lickdowns
    3. Choose a good hosting company
    4. Stay away from nulled themes
    5. Update your website
    6. Log idle users out

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    Follow these steps for security of website:

    1. Host with a dedicated IP address
    2. Buy a certificate
    3. Activate the certificate
    4. Install the certificate
    5. Update your site to use HTTPS
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    1. Secure your login page.
    2. Implement website lickdowns
    3. Choose a good hosting company
    4. Stay away from nulled themes

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    The Below Steps following for website secure,
    Step 1: Host with a zealous scientific discipline address. so as to produce the most effective security, SSL certificates need your web site to possess its own dedicated scientific discipline address.
    Step 2: purchase a Certificate.
    Step 3: Activate the certificate.
    Step 4: Install the certificate.
    Step 5: Update your web site to use HTTPS.

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    To secure the website , you will need to purchase and install the SSL certificate for your site.

    You can purchase the SSL certificate from this URL: https://www.accuwebhosting.com/web-s...l-certificates

    Their support team will help you to purchase and install it to your website.
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    Here are some steps that you should apply on your website for protection.

    Keep software up to date
    SQL injection
    XSS
    Error messages
    Server side validation/form validation
    Passwords
    File uploads
    SSL

    https://esds.co.in/security/vtmscan

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    Follow these steps for security of website:

    1. Host with a dedicated IP address
    2. Buy a certificate
    3. Activate the certificate
    4. Install the certificate
    5. Update your site to use HTTPS

    My website also get hacked once, but I followed these methods and its started to rank again.

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