Nothing makes a sadder trombone than seeing that gorgeous site you just launched defaced, stuffed with spam or showing other evidence of a hack. Time to get in touch with that client so you can break the bad news: your website just got hacked.
It’s a tricky scenario that could play out a few ways.
Obviously, it’s tempting to pretend you didn’t see anything. After all, you build sites — website security is another gig entirely. But is that really the right thing to do by your clients? (Answer: No, no it’s not.) You’re gonna have to send one of these free email templates for a hacked website.
Use these free email templates for a hacked website
If you managed to sign up the client for a website security plan, it’s not much of an issue. If you offer your own security and maintenance, it’s time to get to work. … Read more