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    How to Secure my website

    Please advise, I have a website developed on blogger, how I can secure my website from hacking?

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    here is some tips hope It will help you
    1 Never Disclose your Blogger Account Email Address
    2 Strong Password
    3 Step Verification
    4 Avoid giving Admin Rights to others
    5 Never forget to Sign out of your Account

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    Complete responsive website integrated with a sales management solution. A lot depends on what you have running on your site. If it's just a basic HTML web server with static HTML content, you probably don't have much to worry about.

    You can start by looking at what ports are open, and closing any that don't need to be open. Common ports that might be open are FTP, Remote Desktop or ssh, telnet, SMTP, SQL or MySQL etc. You can scan your server using a remote port scanning site.

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    Its very necessary to secure your website from malware. Nowadays we go through a lot of news about the Ransomware viruses and the hackers how they use different techniques to inject into your website and system. Learn the basic details about how to secure your site from Ransomware and secure it now before somebody injects you with.

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    If it is blogger related site then it is rare chance it gets hacked. Hoping your blog has a secured password and your computer is free from malware and spyware!

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    Keep the credential with you, don't share it with anyone else. Make sure to have a reliable Cybersecurity software installed on your PC or device from where you access the site.

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    Keep the credentials safe and make sure you use the combination of numbers and characters.

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    You needn't to worry about the security of the website on blogger. All you need is not to share your credentials with anyone. Until you share your login details and other credentials, no one can hack your website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinlee View Post
    If it is blogger related site then it is rare chance it gets hacked. Hoping your blog has a secured password and your computer is free from malware and spyware!
    I believe that it is not only about credentials. Safety is also about vulnerabilities present at different platforms. Have you ever heard of cross-site scripting (XSS)? It is a sort of attack in which malicious scripts are injected into websites (or web apps) to be run on the end user's device. Here are more details about it. By the way it is extremely popular nowadays when the scale of remote work is growing in number really significantly. I mean you can have your password with you but it doesn't mean that your site will not be hacked.
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