security

  • Website security

    Website security

    Keep your website data secure.

    Security on your website

    020 web security

    Protect your website and all its content. Most web hosting options now offer SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) to encrypt data sent via the internet, but there are many more things you can do to improve security even further.

     

    Recaptcha requires a security code to be entered before submitting forms. This can prevent some bots and hackers.

    Updates your .htaccess file on CMS websites can lock out certain bots. Software can be added to your CMS website to help create and improve this. You can even add a firewall to block repeat offenders and hack attempts.

    Use unique and complex passwords for each site you visit and don't repeat them. See our article on password security.

    Setting up a password policy for your site to make sure user create password with a set length with caps, numbers and sepcial characters to ensure weak passwords are created. You can give your password a life span requesting the user to renew their pasword once it has expired.

    Increase security by using two factor authentication. Send the user a one time inique code to their email or via SMS text message that can add an extra level of authentication. There are even apps that you can add to your mobile device such as Google Authenticator, Last Pass, Microsoft Authenticator or Authy that will generate the unique code for you with that changes every 30 seconds.

    When running a CMS website, it’s vital to keep it updated. Wicko Design can help maintain your website and ensure it’s kept up to date

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