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Hack attack: How to keep your small-business site secure, on a budget

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Michael Kramer, founder of Santa Barbara-based Ameravant Web Design. Web developers say a proprietary content management system, such as Ameravant’s SiteNinja, can be a more secure option than an open-source option like WordPress. (Stephen Nellis photo) It’s a small-business owner’s worst Web nightmare: A customer or business partner calls up and says your website seems…

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