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HackRepair.com Tutorial | How to monitor your website for malicious content using Google Alerts

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Uploaded on Jul 18, 2011

How to monitor your website for hacking or malicious content using Google Alerts, by Jim Walker, http://Hackrepair.com

While Google Alerts may not be the most reliable means of monitoring web site changes, if your website has been hacked before, or Wordpress hacked, this is quick and easy way to receive notifications if or when malware appears on your website in the future.

This might just save you hours of trouble by giving you time to clear the badware from your website before Google marks your website with the dreaded red Attack Site message.


http://tvcnet.com provides free daily malware scans.
So if your website has been hacked before, contact TVCNet and they will help you secure your Wordpress or Joomla installation and likewise notify you when you are hacked free of charge.

Seriously, why host your website at one of those "walmart hosts" when for $3 a month you can get the most secure website hosting on the planet- with free malware scanning and notification included.

Also mentioned at http://hackrepair.com/free-website-mo...

Enjoy my friend!

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