Why would anyone want to hack my website?

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Why would anyone want to hack my website?

Nobody has anything to do with you personally, especially if you don’t have important information on your website. And yet you have a good chance of a hacker breaking into your site.

Why?

– Because hackers use automated software that searches the Internet for vulnerable websites. You have a good chance that this software will scan your website as well;
– Because some people like to highlight /exploit your website’s vulnerabilities;
– Because once the hacker take control, he can use the information and resources of your website.
 
About what hackers do after breaking a website:
– steals useful data such as: list of users, email addresses, data related to online payments, passwords, etc.;
– redirects visitors to other websites (usually gambling webwebsites or porn websites);
– apply phishing schemes;
– infects visitors’ computers;
– use the resources of the server on which the website operates to run various applications;
– etc.
 
What does a broken website look like?
– Long loading times;
– Many spam comments;
– Links that lead nowhere;
– Non-functional website;
– Website that works with major errors;
– Website blacklisted by search engines;
– Links to websites that appear in Google searches as unsafe;
– etc.
 
What can you do if you have a broken website?
In most cases, cleaning the website is a time consuming and very expensive process. Many times you can’t do much and you will have to restore the website from a back-up. If you have such a thing. If you don’t, you will have to rebuild the website from scratch.
 
But you can prevent such a situation. Ask the team that maintains your website or those who built the website to do the following:
– to install on the website specialized security modules, which allow blocking of cyber attacks;
– to update regularly and in time all the software running on the website;
– not to use unlicensed, untested and unsafe software modules in the construction of the website.