Often when there is a problem with a website it is your customer that first notices it and will alert you. This is especially true if it is a sales website.
Always take these reports seriously so that you can get things fixed as quickly as possible without inconveniencing your customers or compromising their data.
4. Check Your Search Results
Instead of using your browser, another way to find out if your site has been hacked is to simply check in the search results.
If yoursite has been compromised you will see an alert under the search result for your site and it will say, "This site has been hacked". Once you see that, you will know that the site has been compromised.
Secure Your Website
Once you find out that you have a compromised website, the next best thing to do is get it restored.
Your web hosting provider will usually have a team that can help you. If they don't then they can recommend someone to assist you with removing any malicious codes from your website.
After you have had your website cleansed the next step is to secure it and back it up properly so that it is not hacked again.
If you are searching for more technical advice that will help to keep your website safe, do not hesitate to visit thetech tips sectionof the website.
Hello! I am the Web Services Manager @ EnvisionIT Solutions. I create business websites, help shape a businesses image through branding, and help them grow through content marketing. I am an avid photographer and a lover of musical instruments.
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