Unfortunately, If your site has been hacked!
Every day, cybercriminals / hackers hacked thousands of websites. Hacked website not even harmful for the users but also a financial loss for the site owner. For example, If user browsing a hacked website than harmful code can record keystrokes on visitor’s computers and steal login credentials for online banking or financial transactions.
In this first step out of eight steps, we explain how and why hacks happen, and review options for recovery.
Step 1 : Watch The Overview
Step 2 : Contact Your Hosting Company And Build A Support Team
Step 3 : Quarantine Your Site
Step 4 : Touch Base With Search Console
Step 5 : Assess The Damage (Hacked With Spam)
Step 5 : Assess The Damage (Hacked With Malware)
Step 6 : Identify The Vulnerability
Step 7 : Clean And Maintain Your Site
Step 8 : Request A Review
Article Source: Google Webmasters
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