The sad truth there are so many websites that are hacked across the United States. This is something that will not stop. Thousands and thousands of websites are hacked every day. Once your website has gotten hacked and infected with malware it is likely to be noticed either by Google or by your hosting company. If Google finds your malware first they will blacklist your site and prevent visitors from accessing your website. If your hosting company finds out first they will suspend your account (which means shut down your website) until the malware is removed. Then they will reactivate your account once your sites are clean. This is virtually the same for all of the hosting companies out there.
If you are hacked you will need help to remove malware from your website. Your hosting company will try to pressure you into working with them or one of their partner companies. They will want your to pay ridiculous monthly fees and sign a contract that is usually one year. You don’t have to do that. We recommended using WebsiteMalwareRemoval.net. They have a fantastic service that will only charge you a one time fee to fix your site and remove the blacklist. This is really great because so many people want you locked into monthly fees. They also do a website hardening process that will shield your from getting hacked in the future. The owner does warn that you will have to focus on keeping your website updated to stay secure.
We recommended them for several reasons. First they only charge a flat rate to fix this problem no monthly fees. Secondly they offer a 100% money back guarantee which is very cool. Plus they have plenty of testimonials on the website as well. Finally there is a phone number on the site and when you call you will talk directly to the owner. Who will answer your questions directly. So don’t get locked into these monthly fees and paying forever. Give these guys a shot there are also other companies that will clean your site for a flat rate. We don’t know about them because we have used the above mentioned company. Hopefully this has been helpful to help you fix your malware issue. If you have any questions please let us know.