My site is listed as an attack page?

When visiting your website, if you receive an error stating it's an attack page, that means that your website has been infected with a virus.    

Your websites usually get infected by running old versions of software without updating them.

For more information about this, please read

Please contact us if you need us to restore your site from a backup, however please note that by removing the virus, it will not remove the 'attack' warning.  

You will need to request a delisting from   

This has nothing to do with stablehost.


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