Passwords are a necessary evil in the digital online world we live in. It’s the door key to our music, photos, communication, bank accounts, careers and our digital identity. Poor password habits lead to privacy exposure, embarrassment, and theft more often than not. Yet, making complicated password habits can lock you out unexpectedly. So balance and organization is needed. To get started let’s start with some basics. Read more
Website security isn’t a light matter. There are hackers, bots, malware, buggy scripts, and other things to defend your hard work against. Just recently I discovered how one out of date WordPress plug-in can easily put you on high alert.
The first lesson I learned was the value of a great hosting provider, I use SiteGround to host all the sites I administer. I’ve tried several providers before using SiteGround. I was sold on their extremely speedy shared hosting plans. In this situation they pulled one of my accounts offline while it was under attack, this saved the site. They were easy to work with and quick to respond to my requests, even providing me a list of the evil files that had gotten uploaded in various places on the site. I could have paid for them to clean up the mess, but I enjoy learning while tackling such a challenge.
Watch your step, the site is new and stuff might be a little out of place.