One of the worst things that can happen to your website just happened: It's been hacked. Somebody broke into your computer and got passwords, or your passwords were weak, or somebody exploited a security vulnerability caused by WordPress or your hosting provider, or something else happened that let a hacker hack your website... What do we do now? It's not the time to feel sorry for yourself, it's time to take action and bring back your website. Let's go! How Do WordPress Websites Get Hacked? It's a good question, and it's got more than one answer, but none of those answers is "because WordPress isn't safe". Believe me when I say this: WordPress is one of the most secure platforms on the internet. You can't expect 100% security from any system (even your brain isn't 100% secure—scientists are now able to read or even overwrite thoughts on your brain!). So nobody can talk about total protection, but be sure that WordPress is a lot safer than regular platforms. Why? Because it has a huge developer community that can patch zero-day vulnerabilities on day zero. But, again, you shouldn't even trust yourself when it comes to safety and security. So, let's answer the question: Why do WordPress
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