When a WordPress site is hacked, the attacker often leaves behind malicious code in the site’s database. This code can be difficult to find and remove, even with security plugins. Manually searching for malware patterns in your site’s database is an effective way to identify and remove all traces of malware.
How I Fixed a Hacked WordPress Website for a Client in 1 Day and Got Them Removed from Google’s Blacklist
As a website developer, there’s nothing more alarming than getting a call from a client reporting that their website has been hacked. It can be a frustrating experience, especially if you’re not sure how to fix the problem. In this article, I’ll share my experience of fixing a hacked WordPress website for a client in just one day and getting them removed from Google’s blacklist.