Malware affects client networks but uses innocent webservers in order to reach other customers. You might not be malicious about it, but someone may have secretly modified your website by installing malicious code, inserting iframes, adding links to another Website that actually host the malware or created the third party advertising that appears on your website. The rapid identification and removal of malware on your website avoids danger to your guests and the integrity of your company.
Let us explore some ways to identify the malware presence on your website:
Check the search results for your website by Google, and if malware is detected, a warning message saying, “This site may harm your computer” will be shown near the title of the website.