Use Google Alert To Find Out if Your Website Has Been Hacked
While researching my posts on the Google Alerts series, I came across an interesting post that shows how Google Alerts can be used to find out if your website has been hacked or not.
In my last post I wrote how you can use Google Alerts for unlimited news resources in your niche.
Although this is not a complete proof idea, but it can be useful. The idea behind this move is making a warning to your site for words, after hacking, usually any hacker puts stuff in your blog.
The list of such keywords can be very long. Google Webmaster Blog has already covered a long and useful post on it, if you’ve hacked your website using Google Search Operator, then you can find out how.
According to Patrick’s method:
Set an Alert in Google Alert for
Poker or Viagra or Casino or Virus site: shoutmeloud.com
If a hacker inserts any such string on any page, then you may have to face a drop in your traffic, but if hacking is redirection, then Google may stop sending you any traffic. That is why it is better to be careful w