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  • bohemianweddings


    A week ago my website got hacked. Spammy url’s and redirects got injected in to y site via new files.

    Using the support forums and tracking with google webmaster I managed to locate all files and remove them. The last remaining URL injection is :

    This shows up in google as spammy content and is putting the message on google search that my site may be hacked.

    I have checked and replaced all core files, updated all themes and plugins, removed any old themes or plugins. Checked every file i can think of for dodgy coding or dodgy hidden files.

    I have installed multiple security plugins which show no malware.

    Any ideas on how I can remove this page or content?

    I have replaced the index file to no avail.

    If I remove the index file google views the issue as being resolved but obviously i need that file!

    Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.

    I have used, TAC, Wordfence, exploit scanner, free version of securi and every online checker / scanner I could find.

    My website works fine its just that one issue.

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  • sinip


    I don’t think you have that issue any longer. Google doesn’t show your url in result as hacked website, and Sucuri also shows it as clear and not blacklisted. If you need a screenshot from my Google search, I can attach it.



    That’s weird. I checked again my end with several browsers and cleared history etc. Its still showing the same.

    Webmaster :
    webmaster image

    Google search :
    Homepage ยป Bohemian Weddings
    This site may be hacked.
    Non traditional, laid back wedding photography that is full of life.



    Google works in mysterious ways… ๐Ÿ™‚



    So weird!

    I’m hoping it will look like that my end too after settling down and re-clearing history.

    V Odd!

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