In 2016, if you run a website, of any kind, you need to consider security. It might not be at the forefront of your mind if all you do is run a personal blog but it should be. You might not care if someone broke into your web hosting account and deleted your website, but there is more to it than that. What if they put something malicious on your hosting account? What if they uploaded something that could be used to attack other accounts on the same server or even launch some kind of brute force or ddos attack from your host to other hosts? Point being there is much more to consider than potential security issues starting and ending with what happens to your specific website.
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