How to Tell if Your Website Has Been Hacked

How to tell if your website has been hacked?

  • Do you see any strange, unrecognized or inappropriate content on your site?
  • Your site started consuming more resources or running slow?
  • Do you see unrecognized users, admin users, FTP or email accounts on your site?
  • Unrecognized files or folders?
  • Customer reporting stolen credit card after purchasing something from your website?
  • Google Chrome, Firefox or other browsers showing a red warning when visiting your website?
  • Do you see any unrecognized ads, popups or redirects to other sites?
  • Your hosting provider suspended your hosting account?
  • If your site is listed as hacked or harmful in Google searches.
  • If you recieve a warning from Google webmaster tools or other blacklists.
  • If Google Adwords suspended your running Ads.

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You can check your website’s security by using this free website malware scanner https://scan.attacker.net

WordPress 5.0.3 is now available!

5.0.3 is a maintenance release that includes 37 bug fixes and 7 performance updates. The focus of this release was fine-tuning the new block editor, and fixing any major bugs or regressions.

Here are a few of the highlights:

For a full list of changes, please consult the list of tickets on Trac, changelog, or read a more technical summary on the Make WordPress Core blog.

You can download WordPress 5.0.3 or visit Dashboard → Updates on your site and click Update Now. Sites that support automatic background updates have already started to update automatically.

A new wave of the simpleoneline Malware

A new wave of the https://simpleoneline[.]online/online.js malware has been discovered hitting hundreds of WordPress websites. In most cases, it’s injected in the database and particularly found in the options table.

Check if your website is infected using this free malware scanner:

https://scan.attacker.net

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