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Website Question - New Site

I am looking to launch a site at the end of the year that has been in production for the past year. During a SWOT analysis and competitor testing I found bots by the plenty, even sending site mail, web and mobile.

Now that I am looking into the security of the site and users and implementing measure to counteract rogue account creation I was wondering whether anyone had a fundamental list of ideas to add. I have looked at text messaging to confirm, CAPTCHA etc, just wondering whether anyone had a link to an abundance of ideas or are able to provide them.

I am looking for the following really

  • BOT prevention (bad bots)
  • Fake accounts creation
  • In Site Mail security
  • SQL injections
  • Site security

Thanks for reading and help

John
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John Davies

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Spot on, some good things to follow there, appreciate your time to answer Scott
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