Blog: WebDesign & WebDevelopment
The more complex and bloated themes get, the easier it is to include malicious code – knowingly or unknowingly. Do you know what’s hidden in your theme
Unless you’re keeping up with everything that’s going on in the exploit world, are monitoring your log files, log in attempts and everything around it (and even IF you do!) you are never safe
The best advice is to simply remove the (unnecessary) file genericons/example.html – but what if you have more then one installation (because you’re a developer a small hosting company) and therefore have more than one file to remove?
Website owners need to be more vigilant and understand that a website is an investment, and that they need to protect it, just like they take care of any other part of their business, their homes or their cars
When Google starts classifying their site as “potentially dangerous” or “malicious”, people call their web designer. And they call us
Did you read the fine print in your merchant account agreement? The part where it says that you have to be compliant with all the rules and regulations and – more importantly – that if you’re not, you are subject to (repeated) fines and might lose your privileges if you’re found to be in violation of any of the above