Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jsathish, Nov 10, 2014.
Goolge search results shows " This site may be hacked "
How can i fix pls help me..
SO, is the site hacked or just a mistake from Google?
Hack the Google and delete "This site may be hacked" text from their servers. It's very simple.
Get your site checked out - I think normally with google you can click for more info and it will tell you what virus it has detected, tehn you can research more, but most likely you have had some code injected into your site - so open your site, look at the source and look for any code you don't recognize.
If you cant do that, post in the hire freelancer section and Im sure someone will do it for you.
Also, be aware that if you visit the site you may get infected by whatever virus is on there.
First of all stay calm and you can recover your problem orelse,The "Help for Hacked Sites" section of Google's Webmaster Tools offers up articles and videos to help you not only recover from compromising hacks,but take step to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Hope it will useful you.
If its hacked and redirecting to Pharma offers, for example, then let them rank it. Once ranked, register for a pharma program that sells the medicine in question and just change the redirect over.
If its your site then fix the issue and resubmit on google webmasters.
Per day 20,000 visitors comes to my website, so its risk to do something, any seo experts or webmaster experts suggest me ...
figure out whats causing it first, try going on webmasters and see if you have any messages.
If you are hosting it on a VPN, move your website to a server with a fresh install of the LAMP stack. Other than that, you haven't given us enough details to make suggestions.
What CMS are you using?
Are there any plugins that you didn't install?
What security precautions have you taken?
Thanks pxoxrxn, But its .net website
Discussions related to hacks are not allowed here. You can try reverse engineering the following tutorial and see if you're able to find the malicious code.
This hack-proofing tutorial will help protect your site from vulnerabilities.
Don't use .net, problem solved?
Yep most likely you have been hacked.... I suspect G has discovered some form of cloaking whilst crawling through the site... Start by looking through your server logs for unusual calls to system/application related files where the IP is not yours or that of your host... Also test the site by looking at it with an ip proxy viewer for different geo locations... With cloaking they may attempt the site to look normal with the admin/host ip (and of course for web crawlers like G) but different for others who reach it... Once you have discovered where the back door is you 're almost there with finding a solution online on how to fix...
This is a solid advice, OP. Think about it.
This is the very reason why I prefer .com over .net.
I don't think that rule applies when you're trying to fix your own site that's been hacked.
Agreed. But posting step-by-step tutorials to get rid of the malicious code can also be used in the opposite way to attack innocent victim's sites and I guess that's why hacking topics are not allowed in BHW. OP's just registered and wants to fix a site that is hacked and we all know BHW is an SEO Forum so he'd have better luck on Microsoft or any other webmaster's forums. Not to mention with very little information from OP, all we can do is show him the proper resources so he can work on removing the Malware himself from the site.
In many cases this message comes when google notices injected links on your site. Check out your home page source code and see if there are payday loans or other similar links within hidden html elements.
If I remember right you should have a msg waiting for you In webmaster tools about the problem with more details where and what.
If u can't find that PM me your site link I'll take a look
I came across the same situation a while back and I did get a pro help to get it sorted out for me.
He said it has something to do with virus too. But I didn't get into the details with him, just
got him clean it up from my site.
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