If you think your site won't be hacked because it's too small to matter, think again. I'll show why that is a false and dangerous assumption.
Many site owners and webmasters think that hackers only care about popular, highly-ranked websites. They are wrong.
High traffic volume helps boost earnings on partner programs by redirecting visitors to other sites, gets more views of unauthorized advertisements and attracts more clicks on rogue links. But that is not the only way hackers make money.
Unprotected sites with low traffic volume are equally attractive to hackers. It is the way they are used that differs from how hackers monetize more popular websites. Any normal site, with an audience of as little as 30 visitors a day, can still be threatened by hacking and infection.