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I don’t know why people would want to cause havoc on a website that is helping others. But for some reason, there is trash out there that likes to hack into website regardless of what type they are. Due to the popularity of Prepper Website, I have had to deal with this more times than I would like. I was able to take care of it the first time, but the rest of the attacks were beyond my expertise.
Like everyone else who runs a website, I researched how to harden my site, which security plugins I should have, changed passwords and all the other tips in the blogosphere. It still happened!
My first attempt to go outside my own ability was with a service that my hosting provider sold me. It cost $100 and sucked! I was never able to contact support because they held banker hours. I canceled the service and got a refund!
Enter Sucuri! Wow…wow…wow!
I am so pleased with their service that I’m writing a blog post! How about that! The service for 1 website is $89, cheaper than my own host!
Right after getting the service setup, Sucuri went right to work! They have an easy to navigate dashboard that gets you right to what you need.
More importantly is that they are fast with support and solutions! Sucuri will scan your site, remove any malware and help you make sure it doesn’t happen again.
Since using Sucuri, I have not had any other issues, although the site is consistently being attacked!
One of the other benefits is their premium WordPress plugin. They offer a free plugin, but the premium plugin offers many more resources.
You can visit the Sucuri site here. For webmasters who aren’t sure if they have malware on their site, they offer a free scanner. Individual readers can also use it to make sure they are surfing to a safe site.
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