How To Remove The Google Hacked Site (Malware) Warning – Website Hack Recovery | WP Learning Lab

How To Remove The Google Hacked Site (Malware) Warning – Website Hack Recovery | WP Learning Lab

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How To Remove The Google Hacked Site (Malware) Warning – Website Hack Recovery | WP Learning Lab

In this tutorial you will learn how to remove the warnings that Google puts into their search results when they suspect that your website has been hacked.

This will also remove attack page warnings and malware warnings. None of the above are good for business, so it’s important that you remove them as soon as you can.

The first step is to log into your Google Webmaster tools (webmaster.google.com) and find the website that is showing the hacked site warning. There should be a message beside the website that shows Google suspects it of being hacked.

If you don’t currently have a Google Webmaster tools account you’ll have to create one in order to clear up the hacked site warning.

Click on the URL of your website inside Google Webmaster tools and then click on the Security Issues menu item on the left. You will then see a list of the URLs that Google believes may be compromised.

Once they create this list of the URLs they don’t come back to the see if things have been fixed. They will wait for you to fix them and then check the I Have Fixed These Issues box. Then you click the red Request A Review button.

A popup will appear where you have to explain to Google what you’ve done to clear up the hack. Provide a detailed explanation and then click on the blue Request a Review button.

That’s all there is to clearing up the site hacked, malware and attack site warnings that may appear in Google when people try to access your website.

It may take several weeks for Google to review and remove the notices, so you have no option but to be patient unfortunately.

I hope this information helps you! If you have any questions leave a comment below or ping me @WPLearningLab on Twitter.

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