One of the best options to protect your website is to install an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate. You may not notice but you come across SSL (HTTPS) websites when you browse the web. Just look for the padlock in the address bar. SSL encrypts all content between your Website and your visitors. Google even warns visitors when entering a site without SSL
Any Server system with multiple open ports, multiple services and multiple scripting languages is vulnerable. Because it has so many points of entry. It is also known that poorly written software creates security issues. And the number of exploits that could create web security issues is directly proportional to the size and complexity of your web applications and web server. If your system has been correctly configured and your IT staff has been very punctual about applying security patches and updates your risks are low. Then there is the matter of the applications you are running. These too require frequent updates
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