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Security features appropriate to the defense of your website

You have decided to create a website. Give yourself time and money to get the best result for you. An area in which you certainly can not make money is the safety. Choosing a security plan based only on economic criteria can only be wrong sooner or later.

The risks there are so many and we all need to be as prepared as possible against any invasion by hackers.

The main security features that you need to have in case you are looking for security on your website are the following.

Initially, the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is the encryption which protects sensitive data and keeps transactions secure. Unfortunately, it does not protect against cyberattacks. To achieve detection of any vulnerability your security should provide you with a firewall that will detect anything harmful directly.

In any case, it is always good to always keep backups that are valid. Sometimes, the security package is more cost-effective without the choice of back up, or with a more degraded quality. But surely a good one back up value for money.

Choosing an operating system is also important for your website. You have to choose between Windows and Linux. Windows-based servers are popular, but they have some limitations. For example, only its staff Microsoft can handle them in cases error security. By contrast, with Linux you are more secure because you have fewer threats. Obviously, you can never be completely safe so it depends on what site you want to make.

SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) is a new and improved concept with regard to the old FTP. It's an extra level of security that lets you transfer files and upload them anywhere you want. SFTP as opposed to FTP does not allow hackers to track files or modify them.

Finally, it would be helpful for you to have the choice in the package you buy DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service). This is the most common cyberattack today.


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