If you are not comfortable with using FTP or your web host’s File Manager (like cPanel), then using free plugins to fix your hacked WordPress is the easiest method.
Keep in mind though that using this method may not remove more complicated hacks or malware injections. In such cases, you will have to do things manually and access your WordPress files directly. But this is the simplest way and a good method to attempt first. Continue reading “How To Fix Hacked WordPress Using Free Plugins”
It is a good idea to change the default WordPress “admin” username to something else. This helps to make it a bit harder for automated bots to guess your login credentials. You are in effect hiding your admin user from the bots. Continue reading “How To Change Your WordPress Admin Username”
This step-by-step guide can be used by practically anyone to remove malware from WordPress.
However, you must be willing to get your hands a little dirty, and be comfortable with FTP and File Manager. If this is not your cup of tea, you may wish to try fixing your hacked WordPress using plugins instead.
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