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We Remove Your WordPress Malware Infection Fast

We know how dangerous malware can be because we help our clients recover their sites from these attacks every single day.

Malware infections are on the rise, with the end-user and small businesses being hit the hardest.

Malware is used to sneak into the back end of a website where attackers can alter your website, damage your company’s reputation and steal private customer data.

While some website attacks are harmless, others could result in your website being blacklisted – not ideal if you rely on your website to boost your bottom line.

Malware attacks happen on a daily basis and all website owners should be prepared for the possibility. 

Find Out What Our WordPress Malware Removal Service Includes

WP Support Specialists are here to ensure that any malware that finds its way onto your site has minimal impact on your business as well as your customers.

While there are a number of free malware removal tools available to WordPress website owners, in many instances, important code is removed at the same time as the malware.

At WPSS, we manually remove malware and restore your website to its original state. Our team of experienced developers has years of experience, ensuring minimal data loss and fast turnaround times.

Once malware has been detected, we will assess the damage and use an approach that won’t affect your core files.

If possible we will also determine how your website was attacked so that steps can be taken to correct any vulnerabilities. 

Ongoing Protection for Your Site

A site that is not up to date is far more prone to malware attacks and general functionality issues.

As a WPSS SECURE plan client, we will update and scan your WordPress site for malware on a regular basis. When you’re running the latest version of WordPress, are free of any unnecessary plugins, and have set strong passwords, you are already much less susceptible to an online attack.

Go one step further and take advantage of our Advanced Hosting Package which provides hardware and software-based protection at the server level to stop malware attacks in their tracks.

Should the worst happen, given no public-facing website is unhackable, and you get infected whilst on our advanced hosting – we will clear your site free of charge!

Let us take care of things on the back end of your site while you focus on your business.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Malware, short for malicious software, is a type of software that is designed to harm or exploit vulnerabilities in a computer system. In the context of WordPress, malware can refer to any type of software that is installed on a WordPress website without the owner’s knowledge or consent and is used to perform harmful actions, such as stealing sensitive data or injecting spam content. WordPress malware can be introduced to a website through various means, such as insecure plugins, outdated themes, or vulnerabilities in the WordPress core software.

There are a few signs that may indicate that your WordPress website has been infected with malware:

  • Your website is displaying unexpected or unfamiliar content, such as spam ads or links to other websites.
  • Your website is performing poorly or experiencing frequent downtime.
  • You are receiving notifications from your hosting provider or security software about suspicious activity on your website.

Removing malware from a WordPress website can be a complex process that requires technical expertise. Some steps you can take to try and remove malware include:

  • Scanning your website with a malware scanner tool.
  • Disabling any plugins or themes that may be causing the issue.
  • Updating your WordPress core software and all plugins and themes to the latest version.
  • Changing all passwords for your WordPress website and hosting account.

If you are unable to remove the malware on your own, it may be necessary to hire a WordPress developer or security specialist to assist with the removal process.

There are a few steps you can take to help prevent malware from infecting your WordPress website in the future:

  • Keep your WordPress core software, plugins, and themes up to date.
  • Use strong, unique passwords for all accounts associated with your website.
  • Use a reputable security plugin to help protect your website from known vulnerabilities.
  • Regularly scan your website for malware using a scanner tool.
  • Be cautious when installing new plugins or themes and only download them from trusted sources.

If you have a backup of your website that was created before the malware infection occurred, it may be possible to restore your website from the backup. However, it’s important to ensure that the backup itself is not infected with malware before restoring it, as this could reintroduce the malware to your website. It may also be necessary to clean up any remaining malware or malicious code after restoring the website from the backup.

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