I’ve run the plugin and had it automatically fix the issues it found. Problem is, I’m still seeing the offending content (SEO spam according to Sucuri) when I search “viagra site:http://www.neshamahyoga.com“. Oh yeah, it’s always Viagra, isn’t it?! Happy to provide a login if you want to take a look yourself.
Yes, both Google and Sucuri cache they results but at lease you can click the link at the bottom of the sucuri scan results to clear the cache and show the current scan results.
With Google you have to wait until they have re-indexed all those pages and that can sometimes take a while. You can speed up the process in your Google Webmaster Tools account for that site if you can Request a Review, or at least update your current XML sitemap.
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Thanks so much for a great plugin! It found some nasty scripts and helped me a great deal! Glad to pay for something that does such a great job! -- Chris
Eli just made a donation and I will continue to do so for ever site I install this on from now on.
This is a brilliant plugin, well done mate, you have saved my client today (and me).
Great work! -- Tracey Munn