In most cases i have found that most security vulnerabilities can be thwarted by only using a good password with the admin login,. and having your cpanel backed up. Sounds easy right?? LOL. Sure.
It seems every time i have a call or an email saying “I’ve been hacked” the first thing i do is go to Google.com,. search for yourdomain.com and grab a cached copy of the pages that have been altered or removed via view source. Then go into the cpanel (or FTP) to re-create the pages lost using a static version ,. (re)create yourpage.html,htm,php and paste the source code from the static page into the newly created (or re-created) page..
That will bring your pages back at least in a temporary format.
keep in mind that with almost all hosting providers you are using what’s called “Shared Hosting” this means that there are infinite logins and god only knows how many people have admin access to Your Website!. How can anybody expect to secure your website! The only thing i can suggest is moving hosting companies to one (like Purple Turtle Productions) that can secure your Entire Server!
Keep Websites From Exploit, WWWLib Perl,. and Cross-site-scripting the easy way!
Open your cpanel or FTP Client making sure you have permissions to view hidden files. (see screenshot) then find and open your .htaccess file and edit it.
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