Help For the Hacked website

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Please help me out. my newly created website is hacked. some unwated pages are shown when i put my website in google. i went through the webmaster console to review the problem but could not get the idea what to do clearly. Should i restore the whole backup again and change my web hosting to another one. will this help me out.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ashwaniseo
    Google has an 8-step program for unhacking your site, which include basics like identifying the vulnerability that was used to compromise your site, as well as how to request a review so Google will remove the dreaded "this site has been compromised" message from its search results.
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  • Profile picture of the author pjunction
    Chances are its not your hosting. The more likely problem is that you've installed a plugin that has been coded to allow someone to put articles on your website. Its a pretty common SEO technique, it happens more than you think.
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  • Profile picture of the author vithobaaseo
    Follow these steps...
    1)check your site in sucuri, whether site is affected my malware or something
    2)go to you cpanel and take a complete backup of your site
    3)if the site is in wordpress update all the plugins and even wordpress(if it is old)
    4)install wordfence plugin to protect from virus, malware etc...
    5)go to Google webmaster tool and check whether your site has any irrelevant links
    6)if there is any irrelevant links disavow it
    7)Scan the website completely,add CATCHA in contact page
    8)after doing all these stuff upload the new website
    9)go to webmaster tool use fetch option
    10)change the password for cpanel,wordpress,and FTP
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  • Profile picture of the author sonjay
    Un-hacking..? What the..?
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  • Profile picture of the author bendwebs
    To add to what vithobaaseo said:

    If you have SSH enabled on your hosting account - use a key dont use a password.

    If you are running Wordpress - use Wordfence and on top of that limit access to your wp-login.php via htaccess. Normally the easiest method I've found is to limit based on IP - when my IP updates (mine is set to renew every 90 days approximately) I'll FTP in mod the htaccess and I can once again get access to the login. Also for Wordpress - do not have any users with simple naming strucutres ie admin since these are usually the first onces attempted. Finally, update to a secure password.
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