Victor Santoyo: How To Know If You’ve Been Hacked

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April 21, 2016

What does it mean when someone has abused your WordPress environment? How would you even know? We’ll explore the meaningful impacts as a website owner and attackers abusing your site, your brand, your audience and ultimately: your wallet.

I’ll touch on the following key items:

The types of attacks that can abuse a WordPress site (defacement, re-directs, phishing, etc.)
How a compromise can abuse your visitors and Google’s involvement in this process.
How does this affect you financially? I’ll convey stories on clients who lost massive income from the smallest of hacks.

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WordCamp Miami 2016 66

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Victor Santoyo 1

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