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Spam and Hacking on Church Social Media

John Hamilton

Subscriber
Last Subscription Date
05/25/2019
Our church email is over-run with spam receiving about 1,200 hits each day. In addition someone has figured out how to add names to our contact list. The list which should have a couple of hundred names has about 12,000. Is there somewhere to go to eliminate all of this? Thank you.
 

John Hamilton

Subscriber
Last Subscription Date
05/25/2019
Re: spam and hacking on church social media

Thanks. We didn't even know where to start.
 

Craig A

Moderator
Staff member
Age
68
Last Subscription Date
12/20/2015
Re: spam and hacking on church social media

Ask whoever hosts the website.
There's a strong a bot, or worse, has found its way into your system.
Sometimes it's as easy as re-publishing your website.
 
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