Tim Nash: Hacked Off – Dealing with a Hacked WordPress Site

2 responses on “Tim Nash: Hacked Off – Dealing with a Hacked WordPress Site

  1. Igor Benić

    Great talk. I like how WP-CLI can help you find if core files were hacked/changed.

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  2. JeroenR

    Nice, thanks Tim!

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Published

June 7, 2016

It could be a defacement, your server is sending thousands of viagra emails, or more subtle things like your WooCommerce transactions being syphoned away. Hacked sites cost the economy millions of pounds a year. For hosting companies they are an almighty pain. For site owners they feel like a violations. This talk will guide you through how you can identify hacks, what steps can be taken to remove such hacks as well as how we can prevent them in the future.

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WordCamp London 2016 36

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Tim Nash 8

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hacked site 6

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English 4042

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