Help! My Website Has Been Hacked.
If you just have been informed that your site has been compromised this service is for you. We'll thoroughly investigate, clean, repair and quickly restore your website.
Has Google blacklisted your website and is showing a large red warning sign to visitors damaging your reputation and stopping visitors continuing through your website?
Maybe your emails have been hijacked and spam has been sent out via your domain?
Has your email services and IP now been blacklisted?
Has your web hosting suspended your account to protect their server from further damage?
If you've been hacked you may not know what to do next or who to turn to for help. We have experience in dealing modern hacking issues and have the necessary expertise and strategic steps to ensure your WordPress Website is not only cleaned and restored but also protected from a similar situation happening in the future.
Hacking can occur for a number of reasons:
Outdated WordPress installation
Vulnerable themes and plugins with exploits
Compromised ftp credentials
Insecure web hosting and weak passwords
Permission issues, poor setup
How do we help?
We will contact your host to tell them we are on the job and see if we can restore your website from recent backup and secure it or if there is no backup, we will review the code of your website, scan and remove any malicious code. We will review all of your files, and plugins to ensure that everything is up-to-date. We know it's vital to keep your website virus free, secure and working for customers.
We will upgrade your CMS to newest version (if possible).
We will remove your website from blacklists.
We will setup proper directory and file permissions.
We can request an update to Googles Safe Browsing List to remove the “This site may harm your computer”.
We can configure your site with Google Webmster Tools, to setup up email notifications should your site be hacked again.
We can install and configure website backup/restore plugin if you are not already using one.
We can install and configure a trusted security plugin if you are not already using one.