The site ahead contains malware – How To Fix

By December 5, 2016Uncategorized

Google malware warningDid you notice that when you were visiting your website your saw a message that said “the site ahead contains malware”? This is a major shocker for most people and they really don’t understand what is really happening.

Here is what you need to know. Google routinely scans the internet looking for sites that are running malware or malicious software. Once they find a website they blacklist it and put up the red warning screen to protect the visitors from getting infected.

What does this mean for you? It means that your website has been hacked. Someone gained access to your website and put malicious software for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it’s just for fun or sometimes the malware will redirect you to another website. There are many reasons hackers would do this. Your focus should be getting this fixed as soon as possible. Your website reputation is on the line not to mention that this will stop your business in its tracks.

Many companies will try to convince you to pay a monthly fee to remove the malware. Even your hosting company will try to persuade you to use one of their partner companies. Let me be the first to tell you that you don’t have to pay monthly to remove malware!

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