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Cybercriminals often use malware, short for malicious software to infect your website. Depending on what the vulnerabilities or the intentions behind the hack will determine which malware will be used and the extent of damage caused.
If you have discovered that your site has been hacked. Here are the necessary steps to be actioned in restoring your site:
Minimizing the risk of hackers getting access to your website is the first course of action in keeping your site safe online. These are some easy preventative measures you can take.Keeping your applications updated. This is vital in keeping your website secure. From the server operating system and any third-party software (such as CMS or forum) used on your website and also the plugins. Subscribing to automatic application update will help to apply security patches on your site. Using a Web Application Firewall. They filter, monitor and block bad traffic, preventing spam and attacks on IP addresses. Web Application Firewalls are crucial in protecting your website from any unauthorized access. Using a malware scanner. These are used to scan your website to detect malicious code, vulnerability exploits, infected files and other suspicious activities. Once detected they can remove and protect against continuous threats.
Centiva webmasters support the wider community through communicating their findings, for Google’s use in the collective effort to proactively prevent cyberattacks. The best solution is prevention, so we design our websites taking all the necessary security measures to protect your site and have in place a full disaster recovery strategy for a total protection solution.
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