The Top Coronavirus Scams All Website Owners Should be Aware Of

How secure is your business website? Do you check your site monthly and keep your theme and plugins up to date?

The global pandemic has seen as surge in scams, many involving hacked websites, as Bullguard highlight in this infographic.

Here are a few that make their list:

  • Malicious websites that have been hacked
  • Phishing emails with dodgy links
  • Sales of face masks, hand sanitisers and magical cures
  • Healthcare companies informing people they’ve been in contact with an infected person

Check out the infographic for more detail.

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Jon is the founder and owner of DesignBy2s. He believes that helping small businesses with web design here in Lincoln Nebraska is about more than just building a website. It's about building a relationship with the business and striving to provide the best return on their investment.