New Year

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Welcome to Six- Winged Rabbit. It has been a wonderful and enlightening 1st year! Thank you for your continued support in the upcoming year. It is the start of the Year of the Rat! ^-^ We have cleaned up the site quite a bit and are doing a quick review of all our products, so please do not worry if there are fewer products in the categories they will be returning soon. Let’s enjoy being creative together.

Sincerely,

The Six- Winged Rabbit Team

8 thoughts on “New Year

  1. Celestina Chuong says:

    Have you ever thought about adding a little bit more than just your articles? I mean, what you say is important and everything. However think of if you added some great images or video clips to give your posts more, “pop”! Your content is excellent but with images and videos, this website could certainly be one of the very best in its field. Superb blog!

  2. Edith says:

    Hey there! Do you know if they make any plugins to safeguard
    against hackers? I’m kinda paranoid about losing everything
    I’ve worked hard on. Any tips?

    • lunarqueen says:

      So I am naturally semi-paranoid person in that Murphy’s Law is strong in my family. In your tools off the dashboard their is a export function. You can export the data from the website to a backup master file, at least with the products. We have also corrected our supplies descriptions and then accidentally redownload the bad description so we have since created a flash drive word file copy paste each description ( time consuming I know but worth it because it’s external).
      As for hacking, scan regularly for viruses daily or at least weekly we use caspersky currently, we also only work when Nord VPN is on, siteground and our pci compliance (mandatory thru authorize.net) does threat scans to the website, and we have our own router that’s password protected, and our computers are hard lined (WiFi off). There might be additional apps plug-in for more web presence vigilance, but with so many backend ways to get in I don’t believe any site is truly hacker proof mine included.
      To further clarify, I am Lunarqueen’s husband and go to tech guy… there is nothing that is hacker proof. the CIA isn’t hacker proof. all you can do is follow certain common sense guidelines. 1) Do not click on anything in any e-mail, manually type in the site and navigate that way. 2) Always factcheck what has come in e-mails manually. 3) dont visit obviously shadey websites, 4) dont try to download anything not from an official source, 5) always make sure you have a good antivirus software like Kasperspy. 6) Make sure you are using secure hard to guess passwords, and write them down… good old pen and paper works wonders for not leaving a digital fingerprint. 7) Do full scans often of your system. Do these same things and you too can be mostly safe from hackers. Many just try sending scam e-mails nowadays.

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