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    Which threads are harmful to the website?

    Hello guys,

    I do not know too much about technology. Which threads can be harmful to our website? How to avoid any threads? Nowadays, I am reading about website designing, and I have to learn about them.
    So I want some suggestions.

    Thank you!

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    Define "threads" please.
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    Scammers, malicious attacks, hackers, and Data leaks. You can use an SSL certificate for security purposes.

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    Websites are often harmed by DDoS attacks that disrupt the site's normal functioning and block access to the server. Among other threats there are spam comments to blog posts that might contain phishing and malware links. Those harmful links are often sent to website owners and administrators via email listed in website contacts, domain lookup, etc. These are only a few possible threats, that's why website owners should take cybersecurity seriously.

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    Im guessing you mean threats... Well no website is unhackable, sure you can use measures to make it harder but all it takes is one email, one download that can get on your computer and record your credentials and all that security mean nothing.

    It really depends on the language of the website like for example PHP-written website with Dbs are can be vulnerable to My SQL injections. So first off get to know the language you are writing in and it vunrablilite. Get you website onto a CDN that provides an active firewall and protection against DDoS attacks. Also as mentioned above lookout for malware, in comments in emails on flash disk, protect the whole chain.

    Everything is interlinked these days so you really have to be careful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d_kumar View Post
    Hello guys,

    I do not know too much about technology. Which threads can be harmful to our website? How to avoid any threads? Nowadays, I am reading about website designing, and I have to learn about them.
    So I want some suggestions.

    Thank you!
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