Let’s say you want to begin a new website for your ministry. And perhaps you decide to use WordPress, as 23% of the web does.
You then install WordPress, figure out the basics of installing a theme, a few plugins, and make several pages and posts. Things are running smoothly for a few months when all of the sudden, on a Saturday morning you receive an email from an unusual address stating that you have been hacked. Wait … hold on. Hacked?!