Many website owners have reported that they received a message from Google warning that their website has been hacked.
Sometimes someone may inform you that these sites are labelled with a “This site may be hacked” or “This site may harm your computer” message in Google search result.
These messages may discourage searches from visiting your site, in fear of getting some sort of virus or being redirected to spam or malware.
This site may harm your computer
You may see the message “This site may be hacked” when Google believes a hacker might have changed some of the existing pages on the site or added new spam pages.
What to do when you see this message
Google recommends that you don’t visit the website until this message disappears from the search result.
What are the steps you need to take to remove the warning from search result?
- Build a team
- Create a team or get help from our team.
- Quarantine your site
- Use Search Console
- Assess the damage (spam) or (malware)
- Identify the vulnerability
- Clean and maintain your site
- Request a review
Contact your web host and inform them
We will able to help you clean the site and fix it.
Prevent the hacker from doing any more damage.
Console to help identify the hacking type
For spam hacks, figure out what needs to be fixed.
Figure out how the hacker got in.
Close the vulnerability that let the hacker in.
Ask Google to reconsider your hacked labeling.
Wondering How or Why your site is hacked? Watch this video – Help for hacked sites: Overview
How to Keep your Site Safe?
- Password Protection – Use Strong Passwords
- Frequently update your software or plugins
- Use Professional Hosting Service
- Use HTTPs Protocol
- Powerful Network Security
- Use Google Console to monitor.
Images and Video courtesy Google.com