Repair Hacked Website HOW-TO Article

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How to fix your hacked website

Confirm your Website is Hacked

Confirm that your website is hacked with the Google Safe Browsing Diagnostic Tool.
http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=your domain name

Hacked Website - Change your Password

Change Passwords

Repair Hacked Website – The first step to repair hacked website is to ID why your site is vulnerable. According to WPTemplate the top four hacks are due to:

  • 41% Hosting platform vulnerabilities.
  • 29% Theme that are insecure.
  • 22% Plugin vulnerabilities
  • 8% Weak Password.

Restore Backup

Restore Backup

Understanding the power of a reliable Backup is essential to the success of any website. Every website does have problems. All sorts of problems.

Avoid not having a trustworthy backup of your website when you need it. 

TRUE STORY: “This is more true stories – due to how frequently this true story happens. New Client contacts us for help. Ensuring us that their Backup is running.

On the rare occasion, the backup was successful. The remaining 95% of the time the client’s Backup system failed for one of two reasons.

  • Backup is off or not backing up files.
  • Backup is backing up infected files.

Web Security Backup

Website Hack Fix Weakness

Identify + Fix Weakness

Hosting vulnerabilities

Not keeping your WordPress installation current is a big deal. Most of the WordPress website that we service to Repair Hacked Website are due to running their website on an old version of WordPress.

Theme vulnerabilities

Was a new theme installed? What was the last change made to the theme? Or perhaps there is an unexpected security flaw with a premium theme. Stay away from free themes that are not included in the WordPress Directories.

Plugin vulnerabilities

Was a new plugin installed? Was a widget modified? Are your plugins trustworthy?

Weak Password

Need Help Creating Strong Password? Visit Passwords Generator.

Website Hack stop with Security

Add Security

We rely on Fast Forward Hosting for our website security needs – you should too.

Defend your Website

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