Category Archives 911 Hack Removal

Social Engineering Content Detected. Have you received an E-mail from Google saying that it has detected Social Engineering Content on your website? It might be because some pages on your website are hacked or include malicious third-party resources. These can be Ads, pop-ups that might trick users into installing malicious software or giving up confidential information. So to protect your…

Wordfence Deactivated

A WordPress security issue that is gaining a lot of attention and has surfaced recently is the Wordfence deactivated automatically issue. In this issue, the famous WordPress security plugin Wordfence is getting deactivated/deleted automatically. The users are notified via e-mail. The main reason behind this attack is you have installed Jetpack plugin and it might be the door that allowed…

Opencart has been the most sought-after platform as a store management system for e-commerce merchants. Owing to its simplified design, interactive UI and ease of use, Opencart is largely favored for retail activities online. However, in light of its popularity, Opencart has notoriously garnered a reputation for being an eye candy for hackers and other attackers with malicious intent. As…

Wordpress Spam Results Google Search

Over the past few months, a new type of seasoned malware injection has surfaced on the internet, this malware’s intentions are pretty clear. It generates Spam Search Results when someone Googles about your WordPress website. The most common attacks are Japanese SEO Spam, Wordpress Pharma attack & Spam links. This WordPress Spam malware creates junk pages on your website that get redirected…

Crypto Malware Website Infection on a Rise: Redirects Website Users to Malicious Sites & Infects Their Computers

Cryptocurrencies have been the fad of 2017. This year further witnessed the massive rise of Bitcoins and a rampant emergence of various other cryptocurrencies worldwide. What's more, even online attacks worldwide demanded ransom in the form of bitcoins. Lately, in another rampant online attack, more than 2000 Wordpress websites have been compromised of user credentials by crypto malware to mine cryptocurrency. The hackers…

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