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While in today’s digital economy it is easier to buy a domain, set up hosting, and publish a website than it has ever been before, some of the same security issues that existed many years ago still exist today which should send up red flags to anyone trying to set up shop on the internet as a new website owner, or anyone who is trying to maintain an old website. In fact, the security concerns internet users and website owners have to face nowadays are even more serious than they ever have been, considering how much information we share on the internet on a constant basis.

The basic building blocks of any website lies in its coding, so the first and most important way to provide security, and essentially hack-proof your website, is to know how to practice safe coding. This infographic lays out the details about what goes into safe coding, and the implications of poor coding on a website. While coding is usually left to software programmers, any person vaguely interested in website design and internet business should take a look at this data.

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This infographic was created by Veracode, a leaders in Web Security.

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Posted by Igor Ovsyannykov

I'm a digital nomad and entrepreneur bouncing around South East Asia. I have a passion for photography, design, typography, architecture, deep house music, adventure, creativity, and building cool products from start to finish. I'm the founder of Inspirationfeed and Fancycrave. I love sharing meaningful content that educates and inspires people to bring their dreams into reality.

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