Hack Proof Websites

Some day or the other we come to hear about a website being hacked. No one wants any suspicious activity on their website. Hackers are attacking website to steal precious customer information or to harm database or hacking important passwords etc. According to Google, it reports around 10000 new hacking sites everyday in which half of them are sites by professional hackers. Small and large business enterprises both have the risk of being getting hacked, but small enterprises are more on the risk, as they can not afford that technology and expertise to make their site secure which large enterprises easily can.

At Web Alliance we make sure that our clients get uninterrupted services which are free from any malicious activities by hackers. Some or the other time people have to face this issue but being on safer side is fairly better idea. As we all know prevention is better than cure, so we make sure that website security is on optimum level from the beginning. Few important things to be considered in order to make site hack proof are:

1. Strong and Safe Passwords: The first thing hackers do is to steal passwords of web software and FTP servers. Hackers are smart enough and they are familiar with predictable passwords which people generally use, avoid names, birth dates etc as these are on the higher verge of getting hacked. Anti virus plugin can be used for protecting your site.

2. Updated Software: Security backdrops in web software can be easily hacked by hackers, generally hacking is done through blogs or Content Management System(CMS). Regular updates are sent by content management system which contains important security enhancements, so updating with the latest version is essential.

3. Google's Web Master Tools: Google keeps an eye on any sort of malware practice and notifies you before any further damage if you are registered with Google webmaster service. This service not only provides precise details of the problems but also makes sure you are free from the the threat of blacklisting before it occurs.