These days WordPress infections are very common. In 2021, internetlivestats.com counted over 81 million websites hacked. If you’re one of the millions, you need to take action to fix and protect your site. Of course, a hacked site will put any site owner into panic mode. This article will provide insight on what to do if your website is hacked and how to move forward. WordPress sites can be hacked due to a variety of reasons, which we cover in Why are WordPress sites targeted by hackers?
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