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Here’s what to do if your website has been infected with malware and red-flagged by internet browsers.
One day you go to your website and you know instantly that something is wrong. It has most certainly been hacked and an internet browser has red flagged your site. In this article, I will lay out the key steps you should take to fix it and provide advice on how to drastically minimize the chances of this happening to you again.
When this happens to a website, most likely the website was hacked and/or injected with a malware. Why? It’s hard to understand the why, but the “bad” hacker who injected your site with the virus, spyware or malware wants people who visit your website to get the same virus and related problems on their computer. Go figure, but now it’s your problem.
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