If your WordPress website has been hacked, this guide will show you how to identify indicators of comproimise using free tools such as the Sucuri WordPress plugin. From there, you will be guided to clear issues from your server and database. Finally, you can recover successfully by following our recommended post-hack actions.
When your Joomla! site has been hacked, this guide will help you detect the infection and remove all traces of malware in order to successfully recover. This guide covers practical steps you can follow to restore your website integrity, harden your Joomla! site, and prevent reinfection from happening in the future.
This guide shows you how to address indicators of compromise, ecommerce concerns, fix hacked Magento files and database tables, and harden your Magento installation against future breaches. Learn how to identify security issues and take steps to recover your traffic, conversions, and ensure your Magento site is PCI compliant.
Having your website blacklisted means Google (or other authorities) are warning visitors that your site is dangerous. In this guide, we teach you how to understand website malware warnings and follow specific steps to fully restore your website before requesting a review from Google or any other blacklist authority.
Google is one of the top search engines in the world and is committed to providing it’s users a safe online experience. To achieve this, it’s invested resources to identifying and flagging any potentially malicious websites. To help users know when they’re visiting a potentially malicious website they “blacklist” it.