Asked the hacker to Suzy the website owner, and Erin the consumer, and regular Joe who’s just trying to make a life for himself and doesn’t want someone else stealing it. Suzy, Erin and Joe have something in common. They’ve made all their passwords very difficult to hack.
Your website could fall victim to hacking! And here’s why. Most (if not all) WordPress websites come under “brute force attack” – day in and day out, one-after-another attempts to break into your website. You may not have known this, but YOUR site is probably being attacked right now as you read this! Yikes!
(updated March 14, 2016) Well, I continue to get emails supposedly from people I know that are, in reality, bogus. They contain links that I suppose would take me to a viral website (at worst) or to a website trying to sell me things I don’t want (at best). Of course I don’t click the …
If you have been on the Internet for any amount of time, you have dealt with at least the first two items of this article title: Passwords and Hacking (whether you know it or not).