WordPress Malware – How to Fix a Malware Infected WordPress Website

Malware can be extremely irritating and annoying. In today’s tutorial, I am going to walk you through 3 different steps you can take to fix your WordPress website if it has been infected by malware.

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4 Responses

  1. joseph frechette

    I would also recommend getting the premium version of wordfence. It has feature like two factor authentication and an ip black list that blocks anyone who has been spotted trying to hack other sites.

  2. Web Monkey

    One very important thing I forgot to mention in this video is that you should change your passwords once you have discovered the malware and also change it once again after you have successfully removed the malware. This is to ensure that whoever infected your site will not be able to reuse your password to gain future access.