How to Clean Up a Hacked WordPress Site Intro

How to Clean Up a Hacked WordPress Site (Infographic)

The majority of website owners are not aware that thousands of websites are being attacked by hackers every single day.

With this fact alone I urge you to take a moment to think about how security might fit within your business.

Because WordPress is the most popular platform for websites on the market today it is the most targeted by hackers and therefore if you have a WordPress website the chances of you getting hacked is increased.

There are some best practices you can adhere to to reduce the chance of being hacked such as using strong passwords, keeping WordPress up to date, implementing a backups and using a firewall…

In addition to implementing some best security practices it’s also worth putting procedures into place should the worst happen so you can revive your website asap, which lessens the impact on your business and it’s potential loss of reputation.

Having a WordPress support and maintenance company look after your website should ensure that all of the above plus more is covered.

If you’re wanting to clean up a hacked website yourself and you’re able to work with your audience to explain what has happened and they are understanding of this, you can use the following infographic.

This infographic gives you a comprehensive guide on how to clean up a hacked WordPress site with additional tips on how you can make it more secure along the way.

How to Clean Up a Hacked WordPress Site Infographic

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About Steven Watts

Steven is the founder of Newt Labs. He's a WordPress specialist with an interest in building the most effective websites possible. Since 2010, he's been helping businesses with their online goals.

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