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We clean most infected sites of malware within two hours and unblacklist websites within 24 hours. Why choose HackRepair.com?
We’ll discuss your situation by phone to determine how quickly we can repair your website.
We’ll clear your website of malicious scripts and malware then get your web site back up and running quickly. We are WordPress CMS experts as well.
We’ll help recover and unblock your site within Google and help you in clearing any Google.com or Bing.com listing issues.
Our goal is to help prevent your website from being hacked again. We install security and security monitoring plugins, and will train you on how to use them free of charge as well.
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Other Common hack related terms and information relating to how to clear hacked websites:
- iframe hack – sometimes called an iframe injection is often used by hackers to redirect visitors to other websites or force a software download upon visiting the hacked website.
- Base64 code – is a common means hackers code their web page hacks. This obfuscated code makes it harder to find hacker code on a web page. A server admin searching a server for hack related text may often miss files injected with obfuscated base64 PHP code because the obfuscated code conceals the usual suspect phrases. The “pharma hack” often uses base64 or obfuscated coding.
- Botnet – is a large collection of hacked PCs, sometimes called zombie computers. These PCs once controlled may be used to send junk e-mail or bring down web services. Botnet’s are often the means by which denial of service attacks are initiated.
- ‘hacked by hacker’ – was a well known server wide compromise which took advantage of a vulnerability relating to the symbolic links setting within cPanel configured web servers. A number of web hosts fell prey to this cPanel related exploit, which allowed hackers to replace most of the “index” type pages of accounts configured on server with a text file containing the words, ‘hacked by hacker’.
- Zero-Day exploit – Affecting both websites and computers, the zero-Day exploit is a term describing not yet documented security threats or vulnerabilities.
- Denial of service attack – or distributed denial of service attack (DDoS), is a distributed attack on a network or service. Because these types of attacks originate from so many locations simultaneously they often result in hours of downtime until mitigated.
- How to set up a google malware warning email alert – When Google detects malware on your website they will attempt to send an email notification to the following email addresses at your domain…
- Google Webmaster Tools – An essential step in clearing your website from the hacked Google listing
- Unmask Parasites – A free malware checking site and security blog
- Common search engine and web browser alert messages include:
Google – ‘This site may be hacked.’
Google – ‘This site may harm your computer.’
Google – ‘This site may harm your device’
Google – ‘This site may be compromised’
Bing and Twitter – ‘unsafe link’
Chrome – ‘Warning: Something’s Not Right Here!’
Chrome – ‘Danger: Malware Ahead!’
Firefox – ‘Reported Attack Site!’
Internet Explorer – ‘This website has been reported as unsafe’
Opera – ‘Fraud Warning’
Safari – ‘Warning: Visiting this site may harm your computer’
Yahoo – ‘Warning: Hacking Risks’
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