For the past couple of years, there’s been trouble brewing for certain SSL certificates. (If you don’t know, SSL certificates encrypt data sent between web browsers—like Google Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox, and Apple’s Safari—and servers.) You can easily recognize if a site has a valid SSL certificate by the familiar green padlock in a URL bar. The point is, SSL certificates are extremely important to online security—which is why you should be aware of the recent findings discovered by Google.
If you think your website has been hacked, it’s good to determine the nature of the hack as soon as possible. There are many different types of hacks and some hacks can be malicious. Other hacks are just defacements to your actual web pages.