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I have received a complaint from one of my website users. When he logged into the website using wifi connection of a coffee shop, his password was hacked by someone and now he is not able to access that account. When I checked, the account is still in use and I have blocked it. When I told this to a cyber security solutions provider in Ontario, they told me that it's because of the absence of SSL in the website. Whether I have to add any other feature in my website along with SSL?. Please share your opinions.
It could be because of an insecure connection with your website or may be the user's machine was already compromised. Still, does it justify slyly inserting a keyword backlink in the post leading to the company you are building links for?
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