Getting hacked isn’t just a WordPress-specific issue. Just like the risk of having your car stolen is part of driving one, owning a website brings the risk of getting hacked. While there are many proactive measures to help harden the security of your WordPress site, one can never be too cautious.
Because let’s face it – a hacked site is unarguably one of the worst things that can happen to a website owner. In this white paper, we’ll go into detail on some of the ways you can detect a compromised website, and what to do if your site experiences a security breach.
Download this white paper to find out what to do should you ever fall victim to a hacked WordPress site:
We’ve developed this guide to get you through dealing with a hacked website, depending on a few common scenarios. This step-by-step approach includes what you need to know about how to get your hacked WordPress site back up and running, depending on whether you still have access to the backend or not.
While getting hacked sucks, it’s not the end of the world. If you prepare in advance and know what to do should the worst ever occur, you’ll only be better off in the long run.
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