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How to know if you’ve been hacked

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Here, we go over how common types of attacks that can abuse a WordPress site (defacement, phishing lures, etc.) and these attacks can abuse your visitors and Google’s involvement in this process.
I’ll also convey stories on clients who lost money from these attacks and the impact on their business.

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How to know if you’ve been hacked

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  34. 34. @sucurisecurity @v_santoyo What Can You Do? 1. Update, Update, Update 2. Extension Selection 3. Default CMS/Config Settings 4. File Permissions 5. Hosting Response 6. Sensible User Access 7. One Site, One Server 8. Backups 9. SSL 10. Passwords mean P@s5w0rD$
  35. 35. @sucurisecurity @v_santoyo “As website owners we have a responsibility to 1)ensure that those that interact with our websites have a safe online experience and 2)to be good stewards of the internet by ensuring our websites aren’t abusing its resources.” Tony Perez | Sucuri
  36. 36. Thank you & Happy ! Victor Santoyo @v_santoyo blog.sucuri.net @sucurisecurity

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