Hacked Website Repair & Preventive Security

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Is your website hacked or struggling with malware infections? We offer rapid troubleshooting, malicious file cleanup, and protective security layer setup.

Call us now toll-free: (844) 566-6525 or fill out the form to start the process.

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    Signs Your Website Has Been Hacked

    Admin Access Denied

    You lost administrator control and you see suspicious backend activity.

    Website Scam checker

    Scamming Websites

    Your website shows unrelated content to your visitors; browsers alert them that your website has suspicious activity.

    Website suspended or blocked how fix it

    Website Suspended or Blocked

    It shows 404 error when tried to be accessed, it was removed from Google search results, blocked or disabled by your host, added to a blocklist.

    White Screen or Not Found How Fix

    White Screen or Not Found

    Your site shows a “white screen,” you lost conversions and ranking.

    Abandoned cart fix malware reasons

    Abandoned Carts

    Your e-commerce website suffers from rising incompleted purchases.

    Phishing or Vishing

    Your clients report on voice phishing or getting spam emails from your corporate domain.

    4 Simple Steps To Cleanup & Protect Your Website

    Our process to clean up your website from malware and protects it from future attacks:

    Step To Cleanup Protect Your Website

    Assess the Issue

    We scan the website for malware, check security threats, spam, scams, suspicious activities, secure warnings

    Fix Malware Price Estimation

    Provide an Estimate

    We suggest the most efficient steps for web security breach resolution and provide work estimate time and costs

    How Address a Malware Issue

    Address an Issue

    We apply the steps to remove all malicious activity, patching the security holes and secure access points for the future

    Follow Ups and Monitoring

    Regular Monitoring

    We offer extensive maintenance and security monitoring options to ensure your site remains up and running as well as safe from any malicious activity

    WordPress Security

    • Your WordPress is experiencing DDoS attack
    • Malware was detected on your WordPress site
    • WooCommerce abandoned carts ratio rose significantly
    • WordPress data breach notifications were discovered
    • You can’t access the WordPress CMS admin panel or WP database
    • You find some weird pages or posts published on your website
    • Your WP website pages include unwanted spammy hyperlinks
    Wordpress Security
    Joomla security service

    Joomla Security

    • Your Joomla site is completely down
    • Your Joomla site contains strange content or links
    • Administrator login or backend not working
    • Components / Modules / Plugins stopped working
    • Joomla site redirecting to a strange domain
    • Joomla site loading extremely slow
    • Your Joomla SEO suffered a drastic decline

    Hosting & Cloud Security

      • VPS / Dedicated Server Security
      • DDos & Brute Force attack protection
      • Default Port Change / Port Blocking
      • Firewall Configuration
      • Limit IP based Access
      • CDN Security Setup
      • Disaster Recovery Setup
      • Malware Scanner Installation
      • Server Speed Optimization
      • Uptime Monitoring
    Hosting Security

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Add an extra layer of website to protect your website in the future.

    In most cases, a properly executed scan can discover malicious files and harmful scripts, unrelated pages, and unwanted users, as well as identify potential website’s weak spots, such as outdated plugins, breached platforms, or commonly hacked modules.

    If you are a techsavvy user, you can try to look for free scanners and identify hacked spots by yourself. You can also install special plugins that can find and delete some level of malware. However, not all injections are easy to remove, and if you want to be assured your website is clean and no virus is expected to come back, ask a web-security expert to scan it and remove ALL malicious files, as well as secure the weak spots for the future.

    The usual process is below:

    • Scan your WP with a special malware scanner and identify the harmful files and folders
    • Running WordPress malware cleanup, deleting all unwanted files from the core, the content and the database of the website
    • Check your user section and delete all administrative users you don’t need
    • Exchange passwords for all active users (you and other admins)
    • Exchange the passwords for your hosting, and ideally, your email that is used for website administration as well.
    • Consult WP security experts for setting additional protective layers for the future.

    The process by which malicious files and harmful injections are removed from websites or web properties. During the process, security professionals find malware, injections, or modified files, remove them, and seal the weak spots of the website. These issues are common on popular “open-source” content management platforms like WordPress, Joomla, or Drupal, which are usually targeted by hackers.

    When your website is hacked, it will usually start performing unwanted actions, such as redirecting your visitors to unrelated pages or scammy websites, you might find spam content, links, or even pages published on your website, such as casino hyperlinks, viagra sales, or back-hat SEO backlinks (all of which are damaging your website’s reputation and can lead to a Google penalty). In many cases, search engines will identify the domain as infected, and you might see a “red alert” beside your company domain in the search results, or even be redirected to a warning page “This website can damage your computer.” When the injection on your website abuses your domain and starts sending spam emails under your corporate emails, your hosting provider may deactivate its service and block your website from being accessible.

    1. Insure timely updates of website core, plugins, and compatible versions of your chosen hosting
    2. Avoid using weak user names and passwords and update them every six months
    3. Look for an external platform to monitor your website and alert you in case of a breach
    4. Install a plugin limiting access to administration files to the IPs of administrators and the webmaster’s team only.