Malware Recovery: What to Do When Google Says You’ve Been Hacked

Malware Recovery: What to Do When Google Says You’ve Been Hacked

Malware Issue

You are doing very well in your business, your website is always updated and you always have a good ranking when it comes to Google. However, one fine day all this comes down crashing. Your heart sinks down when one fine day you see that the traffic on your website has gone down considerably and there are multiple malware warnings from Google. You don’t know what happened and how it happened and before you start assuming let us tell you, it’s not the website fault or an error committed by any employee. If there are warning from Google about malware on your website it is not an error and cannot be taken lightly. It is possible that a hacker may have accessed your website, uploaded the malicious code and left. Yes, this may happen no matter however secure your website is.

If your site is hacked it is not a good sign for business as your ranking get affected considerably and also your visitors may get their computers infected. Well, this doesn’t sound good at all and this needs to be fixed on priority. But, before fixing any problem, you need to know the root of the problem. And you can get to the root only when you understand what actually has happened.

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