Technically, "Unlimited Sites" Can Save Some Money, But It Comes With A Few Security Risks...

 

Here Are They, For Example....

 

You Have Unlimited Sites Limit To Your cPanel & You Started Hosting Other Sites OR Your Client Sites On Your cPanel [ This Is Okay, BUT...]

 

Your Client / You May Lose Interest On A Site & May Stop Taking Care Of WordPress Theme / Plugins Updates...

 

WordPress Developers Will Send Frequent Updates & They Must Be Updated On Time Because...

 

Most Often, These Updates Also Includes Security Patches for WordPress / Themes / Plugins Etc...

 

If You / Your Client Doesn't Update His / Her Themes / Plugins On Time, Then...

 

Automated Bots of Hackers Can Find This Vulnerability On It And Can Enter Into Your cPanel Via That Security Vulnerability

 

Ok,  Now What Is The Problem ?

 

The Problem Is, Because Of ONE Client Negligence, ALL The Remaining Sites On Your cPanel Are Also At Risk, Because Hackers Can Take Control Of All Other Sites Too...

 

That Is Because All Other Sites Are Also In Same Parent Folder...

 

Because Of Just 1 Client Negligence, All The Other Sites Are At Risk...

 

Not Only Plugin Updates, If A Client Use Cracked Plugin / Theme, It Can Also Lead To A Security Vulnerability

 

That's Why I Personally Recommend 1 Site / cPanel...

 

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