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Aug 20 Posted 1 year ago
Security is an on-going practice and not just install and case closed. Your web host is not the one to blame if you are not taking your responsibility to maintain an always up-to-date version of your running website – just like Microsoft Windows Operating System, security patches are always released to keep your Windows PC up-to-date and stay secured.
There are also 3rd party services which scan and automatically remove malware on your website once you are affected . This service are definitely like hiring a security guard for your website.