Dear blog owner and visitors,
This blog had been infected to serve up Gootloader malware to Google search victims, via a common tactic known as SEO (Search Engine Optimization) poisioning. Your blog was serving up 381 malicious pages. Your blogged served up malware to 209 visitors.
I tried my best to clean up the infection, but I would do the following:
Gootloader (previously Gootkit) malware has been around since 2014, and is used to initally infect a system, and then sell that access off to other attackers, who then usually deploy additional malware, to include ransomware and banking trojans. By cleaning up your blog, it will make a dent in how they infect victims. PLEASE try to keep it up-to-date and secure, so this does not happen again.
The Internet Janitor
Below are some links to research/further explaination on Gootloader:
Result: Created a robust new website for this new small business, including eCommerce sales via Shopify, custom design, and custom research and content writing
HHH Buzz, a small CBD oil company based in Tampa, Florida, needed a website with eCommerce options for their newly launched business. Working with a developer and a branding designer, I outlined the project needs and scope (including information architecture, research needs, content requirements, SEO work, a custom GPS location app, eCommerce set-up via Spotify, etc.) and provided web design, research, content writing, and SEO.
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Multiple design options were provided to the client along with several design iterations to get the fun ‘look and feel’ they desired.
Working closely with a developer, we brought the content and designs into fruition a as fully functional responsive website and online store within a four-month turnaround time.
Several of the early design concepts are shown here, as well as later design concepts, and select pages from the final launch version. Click here to view the live version. [include screenshots of several pages — and some of the earlier HHH design concepts, which I prefer still…]
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