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Malware - Wikipedia
When a website is hacked, malicious software malware is placed somewhere on the site, either by editing existing files or by adding new ones. Malware is designed to harm your site and can be difficult to detect. If you aren't familiar with how website code looks, figuring out what part of the code is malware that needs to be removed, is a challenge. Every hack is different, so it's really a matter of looking through the files of your website and figuring out what's not supposed to be there. If you don't feel up to cleaning your site manually, or don't have the time, it may be worth it to use a paid service and have them clean up your site for you.
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Malware and unwanted software
That Google search result that looks as if it answers all your questions may do nothing but create a serious tech headache. The fun you had watching that hilarious video you downloaded may not be worth the misery it can cause your system. You've been warned that the Internet is something of a security minefield--that it's easy to get in trouble. We'd like to provide a little help.
Malware is a catch-all term for any type of malicious software designed to harm or exploit any programmable device, service or network. Cybercriminals typically use it to extract data that they can leverage over victims for financial gain. That data can range from financial data, to healthcare records, to personal emails and passwords—the possibilities of what sort of information can be compromised have become endless. Since its birth more than 30 years ago, malware has found several methods of attack.