hаcked Website Indexing Issue

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hаcked Website Indexing Issue
« on: 11-19-2019, 23:39:30 »
Three Months ago, I got a message on Google Webmaster that my website has been hаcked by a third party and it faced manual action.

Our Team cleaned up the code at server end redirected the unwanted pages and applied removal URL request in Google Search Console.

Now no Security or Malware issues are there in Google Search Console.

Created and submitted new Sitemap.

Actual website url are also being shown with these urls when I search on Google as :

site:example.com

Kindly help to remove this issue ASAP.



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Re: hаcked Website Indexing Issue
« Reply #1 on: 01-14-2020, 23:12:52 »
Three Months ago, I got a message on Google Webmaster that my website has been hаcked by a third party and it faced manual action.
Our Team cleaned up the code at server end redirected the unwanted pages and applied removal URL request in Google Search Console.
Now no Security or Malware issues are there in Google Search Console.
Created and submitted new Sitemap.
Actual website url are also being shown with these urls when I search on Google as :
site:example.com
Kindly help to remove this issue ASAP.


Can you share the screenshot of the message you got from the webmaster about the website hаcked and penalty?
And I just check your domain "hotshelf" but those pages are still there on your domain.
PM me if not solved yet.

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Re: hаcked Website Indexing Issue
« Reply #2 on: 08-17-2021, 05:26:06 »
Google may recognize some of your pages as duplicate content, even if you didn't mean for that to happen. A common issue is canonical tags pointing to different pages. The result is the original page not getting indexed. If you do have duplicate content, use the canonical tag attribute or a 301 redirect.

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Re: hаcked Website Indexing Issue
« Reply #3 on: 08-19-2021, 05:23:27 »
This is going to take a lot of effort and time also. happened with one of my friend.

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Re: hаcked Website Indexing Issue
« Reply #4 on: 08-19-2021, 23:33:08 »
Three Months ago, I got a message on Google Webmaster that my website has been hаcked by a third party and it faced manual action.

Our Team cleaned up the code at server end redirected the unwanted pages and applied removal URL request in Google Search Console.

Now no Security or Malware issues are there in Google Search Console.

Created and submitted new Sitemap.

Actual website url are also being shown with these urls when I search on Google as :

site:example.com

Kindly help to remove this issue ASAP.



Is your issue resolved? if not you can DM me. I can help you out :)


 

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