HTML, Wordpress, Joomla, and Drupal CMS Malware Removal
When a content management system is infected with a virus, one breach can infect every page on your website. Once this occurs, your search engine rankings will drop drastically. Some viruses render your website useless, while other may redirect to a completly different domain name.
These are the most common methods used by hackers. They can be achieved using backdoors in PHP, injecting mailicious scripts through unprotected forms, and many other avenues. Websites that have been compomised run the risk of being blacklisted by Google and other search engines. Not only on the search engine results page, but even the browser itself will throw a red flag preventing users from using your website. If you website has been injected with a virus or malware, it will require connection to your hosting account in order to access the files that have been infected.
Virus Removal and Prevention Services
We will require access to your FTP, hosting account, and CMS admin login (if applicable), in order to remove the bad code. If your website has already been blacklisted by Google, we will submit a reconsideration request directly to Google. This will allow Google to scan your website. This will require access to the Google account linked to your web property.
If you are running a CMS, it is important to keep your platform updated to the latest version. Doing this will allow security vulnerabilities to be taken care of before hackers have a chance to leverage published security holes of out of date CMS platforms. If you require assistance keeping your website free of malware or viruses, we provide compliances services to maintain your website and keep it up to date with the latest version.