Unfortunately, websites are targets for a lot of hanky-panky, ranging from plagiarism, vandalism and identity theft to fraud and blackmail. There is a lot to lose sleep over. Businesses invest a great deal of money and effort into their websites and into building the business that depends on them.
All sites are at risk, whether targeted or not. Malware, including ransomware, can end up anywhere once released on to the web or inserted into popular plugins or software updates. Your domain or email server can also be hijacked and used to distribute malware or defraud others, who then blame you. The law can blame you too, and the potential fines are high. For these reasons, security should always be high on your list of priorities when shopping for a developer or web hosting company.
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