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== Recommended Reading ==
 
* [[Security and Performance FAQs]]
 
  
# [[Security Checklist 1 - Getting Started]]
 
# [[Security Checklist 2 - Hosting and Server Setup]]
 
# [[Security Checklist 3 - Testing and Development]]
 
# [[Security Checklist 4 - Joomla Setup]]
 
# [[Security Checklist 5 - Site Administration]]
 
# [[Security Checklist 6 - Site Recovery]]
 
# [[Security Checklist 7 | Security Checklist 7 - You have been Hacked]]
 
 
== More Information ==
 
<small>List of articles that belong to the category "Security"</small>
 
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== REMEMBER ==
 
 
#'''There's no one right way!''' Due to the variety and complexity of modern web servers, security issues can't be resolved with simple, one-size-fits-all solutions. You, or someone you trust, must learn enough about your web server infrastructure to make valid security decisions.
 
#'''There's no substitute for experience!''' To secure your web site, you must gain real experience , or get experienced help from others.
 
#'''It's not as hard as it looks:''' The following checklist may seem intimidating, but you don't have to deal with all of it at once. As you become more familiar with GNU/Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP, HTTP, and Joomla, you'll add refinements to your combination of security tactics. Security is a moving target, so today's expert might be tomorrow's victim. Good luck!...
 
 
Please read [[Joomla%21 Administrators Security Checklist]] for more information.
 
 
See all documents in the [[:category:Security|Security Category]].
 

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