Help for HACKED sites in Google SERPs (SOLVED)

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Help for HACKED sites in Google SERPs (SOLVED)

Help for HACKED sites in Google SERPs (SOLVED)

The Google SERP is very smart to detect the sites with malware and germs, Google has a new algorithm to notify you in the search engine results page about the hacked sites, and you as an owner should be notified via search engine results page, webmaster message or your friend’s email. You may be reading this blog because you recently learned that your site has been hacked, also known as being compromised. It’s likely that you received a hack notice in search results, notification in your browser, a message from a search engine, or an email from a friend. Whether you run a large multinational business site, a government site, or your personal blog, having your site compromised is one of the hardest predicaments and we, as site owners, will ever face the issue.

The good news is that recovery is certainly possible of hacked sites in Google. FYI we are going to reveal about why sites may be hacked and in the same way you can get things solved.

How they (Hackers) manage to hack?

A hacker then creates a software program that can exploit this vulnerability on many sites throughout the web. Your site may be only one of the thousands affected. Like an infection that can enter through a small wound and then spread to your entire body, once a hacker has found a way into a site by exploiting a vulnerability, you must assume they can now perform any action on the site, like adding spammy text or even malicious software. Some of the more common ways that a hacker can invade a website include exploiting out of date or insecure software, stealing login credentials, or installing malicious software, called malware, on your personal computer that then steals login credentials when you access your website. And you install on your site a fun plug-in, or add-on software, that you think visitors might like. Meanwhile, a far less scrupulous site owner, the hacker, is out to make money in any way possible from her pharmaceutical e-commerce website that sells prescription drugs. Rather than work hard to build a legitimate business that customers appreciate, thereby bringing positive reviews and merited links, this site owner chooses another path, hacking into innocent sites and adding links and text herself. To do this, the hacker learns about a specific vulnerability found in a website plug-in. unfortunately, this is the same plug-in installed on your site. She then writes a program to scan the web, looking for unsuspecting sites that installed this vulnerable plug-in. Once her program comes across your site, it becomes the next target. Her software breaks into your site and adds spammy text and links to her pharmaceutical website. Because the hacker needs the good reputation of your site to make the scam effective, often, great care is taken so the crime goes unnoticed. The spammy links and text might be hidden. Your site may function normally.

Why they hack sites?

Two common financial strategies involve in this case:

Hacking a site to add spammy content and hacking a site to distribute malware with the spam policy.

Let’s say you have a great site about boating and a hacker hacks your site and add links to a pharmaceutical website; somehow this impact your website about when your site is giving links to an irrelevant platform even the hidden links.

How to solve:

As described how it happens in the same way you have to prevent or delete if you existing installed and review the scripts or plugin before installing it on your website. Make use of the Safe browsing Google tool, as I am analyzing the MiniBigTech for hacking review and get your Current Status: Not Dangerous.

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