Last Updated on 03/03/2022 by OTC
Re-infections are one of the most frustrating encounters site owners experience. Like a game of whack-a-mole, when you think you’ve found and removed everything malicious, more malicious content pops up. There are some factors to consider that are likely the culprit for this. We will consider these, and some preventative/post-hack measures that can fix your hacked website.
1 – Out-of-date CMS Versions, Themes, and Plugins
It’s no secret that outdated third-party software is the leading cause of website vulnerabilities.
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