About Us

We offer a professional security service to repair and clean up hacked websites. In an age where the digital landscape is ever-evolving, WordPress has emerged as one of the most popular content management systems, powering millions of websites worldwide. However, this popularity also makes WordPress sites attractive targets for malicious actors seeking to exploit vulnerabilities and compromise valuable online assets.

We understand the frustration and disruption that a hacked WordPress website can cause. Whether you’re a business owner, blogger, or organization, your online presence is crucial, and a security breach can lead to loss of data, damaged reputation, and financial repercussions. That’s where our specialized expertise comes into play.

Our team of skilled professionals is dedicated to not only fixing your hacked WordPress site to its pristine state but also fortifying its defenses to prevent future attacks. We combine cutting-edge security solutions, expert knowledge of WordPress, and a commitment to excellence to deliver a comprehensive service that ensures your peace of mind.

Signs Your WordPress Site Is Hacked

The following are some of the common symptoms to look out for which will help you to identify or confirm that your WordPress is hacked by cybercriminals. If your website has been compromised by hackers don’t panic we can help you to recover, fix, and secure your website.

  1. If you notice that someone has gained unauthorized access to your WordPress site, it’s a sign that your site has been hacked. This can include changes to your login credentials or changes to your website’s content.
  2. If you notice that the homepage of your WordPress site has been changed. This could include changes to the layout, content, or images.
  3. If you notice that there are new admin accounts on your WordPress site that you didn’t create. Hackers often create new admin accounts to gain access to your website.
  4. If there are new files or directories on your WordPress site that you didn’t create. Hackers often create new files or directories to store malware or to access your website.
  5. If your website is redirecting visitors to unexpected pages. Hackers often create redirects to phishing pages or to other malicious websites.
  6. There is suspicious user activity on your WordPress site which may include unusual login attempts or changes to user accounts.
  7. If you notice that there is unusual MYSQL database activity on your WordPress site, Hackers often modify or delete data in your website’s database.
  8. If you notice that there are changes to the .htaccess file on your WordPress site, it’s a sign that your site has been hacked. Hackers often modify this file to redirect visitors to malicious websites or to execute malicious code.
  9. If your website is running slower than usual. A hacked website often uses your website’s resources to run malicious code or to send spam emails.
  10. If you notice that there are pop-up ads or banners on your WordPress site that you didn’t create. These are often included at your site to generate revenue or to spread malware.
  11. If you receive a warning from Google Safe Browsing that your site contains malware or other harmful content
  12. If you notice that your website is sending out spam emails. A hacked website often use your website’s resources to send out spam emails to unsuspecting users.
  13. If your website displays a warning that it contains malware. The Hacker will use malware to steal user data or to gain unauthorized access to your website.
  14. Some of your website’s pages have been defaced with unusual content or graphics, it’s a sign that your site has been hacked
  15. Your Hosting company has suspended your hosting service because they have unusual activity or malware-infected files.