suffered hacker attacks and is not a pleasant thing, but if your site is built on the WordPress platform, unfortunately by hackers, this article will step by step to help you solve.

first, try not to panic. Although I also know it’s a bit impractical, think about the fact that millions of blogs are being attacked every day, not that you’re afraid or invaded by yourself. Hacker attacks lurk around us all, and computers, smartphones and so on can be targets of hackers other than websites. Now, let’s talk about the actual answer:

1. make sure your antivirus software is up to date with

it’s critical to make sure your antivirus software uses the latest virus definition files. If you use the Windows system and have not installed antivirus software, you can use the free version of avast and AVG antivirus software, these two antivirus software is familiar to everyone. After installation, Download all the updates, and then follow the steps below.

2. saves the attack page to your computer [Select]

if you choose to report a hacker, it is necessary to back up the page being attacked. In addition, if you decide to write an article to inform others, you can get screenshots and text examples after backup. Save the page, I believe everyone will, the browser menu bar file -> save the page as… The page is stored on your computer (not stored in C). When you save the page, save the type options, remember to select the page, all, and then click save.

3. downloads the latest version of WordPress

The latest version of

is WordPress3.0.

4. clean up all the affected folders and files on the server


has the latest version of WordPress, you can delete all unnecessary files on the server. Don’t worry, your database contains all of your data, including your blog posts, pages, categories, labels, and so forth. If it’s unfortunate that your database is under attack, I hope you have a backup all the time. Here are the folders and files that you should not delete:

do not delete the original folder (such as., stats)

do not delete the ‘wp-content’ folder (subject content, and sometimes plug-in content)

do not delete.Htaccess files (fixed link structures, permissions, passwords, etc.)

do not delete the favicon.ico file (the custom icon on the left of the URL address)

do not delete google… HTML file >