Malware removal – speed is key

If your website is infected with malware it should be removed as quickly as possible.

Search engines such as Google will display a warning in their search results pages if they detect any malware lurking in your website pages. This can cause serious trust issues between you and your customers so it’s important that any infected files are cleaned as soon as possible.

We will identify and remove any malware we find during our regular scans of your website. This helps protect your website, your site visitors and your reputation.

Once we’ve removed the infected files we’ll investigate to find any vulnerabilities that allowed your website to become infected in the first place. Where possible we’ll carry out a fix or provide you with more details so you can instruct us as to how you would like to proceed.

We always investigate any compromised websites to establish what vulnerabilites existed so any patches can be installed to prevent further attacks occuring again.

Malware Removal

If your website is the victim of a hacking attack it could be infected with Malware. We’ll remove any we find during our regular scans to help keep your website safe.

Common Malware Programs

What is malware and why do you need to remove it?

Your website is an important marketing tool. It’s available for your customers to find whenever they need your products or services so it should be a safe and welcoming place to visit full of information about what you offer to help customers make decisions relating to their needs.

But what if your website infected your customers PC with a virus or was full of links to unsavoury websites or maybe even recorded what keys were being pressed on their PC’s after they’d visited your website? Your reputation would take a battering and you would more than likely lose customers.

Malware is usually thought of as a malicious program that has infected a PC but it is also a big problem for website owners. Many sites that are infected are often left compromised for extended periods of time because the website owners are simply unaware that there is a problem until complaints start coming in or Google displays a warning telling visitors that their website has possible malware.

So, detecting and removing any malware should be a priority for any website owner. But what is it and how did it get onto their website in the first place?

Most malware is added to a website by a hacker. Reasons for carrying out such attacks vary depending on the motives of the hacker but it’s usually motivated by money. Other hackers may carry out attacks for bragging rights within their group or simply because they’re bored.

Learn more about common malware below:

Website Defacement
Malicious Redirects

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