*Let your hosting provider know that your site has been hacked and see if they can help determine how the site was hacked and fix that problem.
*Clean your local computer of any virus/trojan capable of capturing FTP credentials and change all of your passwords. Do not store them in the FTP client.
*Upgrade any blog, forum, gallery, CMS or other script to reduce vulnerabilities created by outdated code
*Confirm that the web-host has updated anything they are responsible for
*Restore the last known good backup of your site
*If you don’t have a backup, examine all files (including extra “suspicious” files, hidden files and error documents), and remove code you didn’t place there.
*Ask your host if you can switch from FTP to either SFTP or FTPS to minimize the chance of log-in credentials being “sniffed”
*After cleaning and securing your site, “Request a Review” through your Google Webmaster Tools Account . Sites must be added and ownership verified first.
The following documents provide detailed instructions for thoroughly evaluating, cleaning and securing your site. Translation available from the web-pages.
How to remove the ‘This site may harm your computer’
How to prevent your site from getting hacked. How to repair a damaged site. Website security precautions
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