There are many levels of security for a website, some related to the server hardware on which the website is running, some related to the software on the server and others related to the website itself.
A deeper understanding of the theory of programming, the concept of programming and the characteristics of the hardware, although necessary, is beyond the scope and intention of this article. This article discusses the 안전놀이터 security measures of the site and the preventive measures that any website owner can take with little or no technical knowledge.
The first thing any site owner should do is determine the audience of their site. Who is interested in your website and is most likely to visit it? Identifying the audience of your site is more than just marketing 101; You want to know who the public of your site is for several reasons.
If, for example, your site is aimed at a specific culture or subculture within a country or other geographic location; There are tools that you can use to change, restrict or prohibit the content available to users inside or outside this location.
Once you understand the type of user who can visit your site, you can adapt your 토토사이트 security methods so as not to violate the rights of the intended users.
On average, the owner of a typical site bought a hosting package from a web host. This provider generally offers a tool called cPanel or Plesk (or something similar) to help the user manage their hosting account.
The most practical first step of proactive security you can take is to use an incredibly secure password for your hosting account. By logging into your hosting account, you can control many things that can significantly affect your site; You must use a very strong password and change it approximately every 30-45 days.
The second proactive security step is to protect ALL FTP accounts on your site. FTP means “File Transfer Protocol” and is a way of reading / writing to the file system of your website from your computer. Many web hosting providers create a default FTP account for each domain name that is in your account. If you do not know how to use FTP, or do not need to use FTP, talk to your web host about how to disable FTP on your website until you know more or have no reason to use it.