If you have a website or a blog with interesting content and articles, a multitude offers of adv. you better be careful. Because maybe your blog or website will be the one of hackers target who are tempted of profitable from website that you have.
The thing to remember is to never assume that our website forever safe from hacker attacks. Not only a great website that has many visitors, sometimes even a small website created with simple shapes that we may consider it useless though often become the target of hackers. Believe that it will happen to anyone unexpectedly. Generally, the hackers took over the website in several ways such as: Deface, SQL Injection, Malware, XSS, RFI, CRLF, CSRF, Base64, etc.
Here are some tricks you can try prevention to secure your website or blog before becoming a victim of hackers:
Make sure that you use strong passwords with a combination of az, AZ, 1-0, and code symbols like! @ # $% ^ & * (). Additionally it is better that you change your password periodically to maximize the security of your website.
Permission is a feature provided on the page of CPanel section File Manager on your hosting server that is used to change the default parameters to one file or collection unit to allow the file is accessed, read or modified by the user. Generally it can be said that hackers success when they managed to inject and if it has done reset your admin password. For that you can limit this by locking the file permissions on cpanel. How to change permissions is to click – right on the file and then there’s 3 rows of box that can be checked or removed.
Computers infected by specified type of viruses like Trojans or malware can be: Sending username and password information to hacker’s address download and modify your web files and uploaded it again, modified files can be used to break the web and server.
The solution, periodically scan your computer using antivirus software up-to-date. Change the password cpanel / Spanel for databases access. Do not use your username and password to access the database, create a separate username and password database. Do not use the same password or the same username. Last, combine the password with letters characters, numbers, and punctuation marks.
CMS and Extension
Many web created using a CMS, it’s good to choose an active CMS such as CMS Joomla and WordPress. Upgrade CMS, templates, components, modules, plugins and extensions to the latest version and do not use the components, modules, plugins and extensions that were never updated by the developer.
Uninstall and remove templates, components, modules, plugins and unused extension. The less you use the extra on the CMS the more safely your web will be. Do not use pirated software or nulled, usually the software has been compromised by malicious code that can be used to hack the web and your server.
To prevent the worst, highly recommended that you have to updating your word press database with the help of wp-db-backup or wp-time-machine. Wp-time-machine has a feature to perform a full backup of your WordPress site, ranging from images, comment, post, theme to all of your plugins.