7 Fundamental Security Errors Bloggers Must Stop Making

Security should be a top priority for you as a blogger. A single hack can set a blog back months if not ruin it entirely. These are the reasons you should keep security as a primary concern: Readers won’t trust a blog that is a known location where cyber criminals lurk. Readers rightfully demand that any information they give you is kept safe.Read the full article


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