Google helps hacked website owners
Google has setup a new page that helps webmasters go through some basic steps on what to do if their website gets hacked. Generally if a page is found to be infected, Google themselves will give a warning to the end-user, but from a website owner's point, that not only means harm to their userbase, but also tarnished image and falling traffic as people avoid their site.
So Google have setup a simple process on what to do if your website gets compromised by an attack. First is watching the small video below:
Next up are a few simple steps you can go through to speed up the recovers of your website. Some of these include contacting your hoster to setup a recovery team so they do most of the cleanup work. However, if you're deeply engaged in your site and have basic technical know-how, you can take additional steps, such as quarantining the site and cleaning it up yourself.