You might think that your site would be a no-brainer to hack, but websites are constantly at risk of being hacked. Most website hacks aren't meant to steal your data or crash your site. They aim to use your server to send spam or temporarily use your web server to store files, usually of illegal content. Hacking is constantly done by automated scripts written specifically to comb the internet and try to hack sites that have known software holes.
It may seem obvious, but regularly updating your software is important to keeping your site secure. This applies to both the server operating system and any software used on your site, such as CMS core, components, modules, plugins. When holes are discovered in software security, hackers are quick to try to exploit them.
Unfortunately, most CMS only provide basic protection tools. Updates and built-in security systems are not enough to ensure your site is well protected against hacking. Even if you use a complex password to enter the administrative part of the site and an SSL certificate - these are only basic security measures. Some alternative or additional security components must be installed for the site.
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Deception of contractors by customers is one of the most serious and acute problems of working on the Internet. For example, a web studio spent three weeks working on the creation of a site, but as a result, they received nothing at all! Needless to say, a bleak prospect. Therefore, on the Internet, not only the customers of works, but also the performers try to protect themselves from deception.
Today, on the Internet, you can find many variants on how to protect yourself. For example, to switch to fully official relations with the conclusion of contracts, signing of acts on completed works, etc. However, this option does not suit not only many customers, but also the webmasters themselves (after all, not everyone pays taxes). And he defends the "official" not very well. After all, most often the web studio is located hundreds and thousands of kilometers from the customer and the judicial institution handling the case.
Someone works for full advance payment. However, this option is suitable only for web workshops that have already earned popularity and reputation (that is, again, very, very few). All others with this approach simply will not find any customers (hardly anyone will agree to advance 100% money to an unknown team). That's why you have to take risks: first do the work, and then wait and think whether it will be paid for or not. In general, there is no one hundred percent protection against fraud. Even "cool" studios can be deceived. So, what to do?