WordPress, the number one CMS in the world. Yes, it is that awesome. But, with popularity comes the drawbacks. As most of the website uses WordPress CMS, hackers are more keen to target the platform than any other platform. They can find loopholes as there are so many targets. If one website is secure, they just move on to the next one, until they found a soft target. Also, the open source nature is easily exploitable. The reputable names in the market make sure that their themes are clean and secure to use. But, not every WordPress developer likes to keep it clean. They can easily inject malware in the code, and you become the easy target. Forgot those scenarios, just please forget. Today, I will go through the ways, you can check your website for malware infection and also able to remove it from your website automatically. No need to go through code or hire expensive security experts — the WordPress ecosystem offers their help in the form of plugins. We also recommend: Common ways a malware can enter your website are through the following channels. Backdoors: Hackers can create a backdoor using FTP or WordPress admin area to inject the site with malware. Malicious Redirects: By making
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