A Whale Watcher’s Path To Success After A Cyberattack

September 7, 2018 in SiteLock Reviews, Small Business

When the Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises website was unexpectedly hacked by cybercriminals, Melissa Marchand, website manager, began to panic.

The attack on Whales.net arrived just in time for busy season—and a hacked website meant a complete halt in online scheduling and ticket purchases, the company’s primary source of sales. Even more alarming, the website was blacklisted by Google and online visitors were redirected to pornographic sites, damaging the company’s bottom line and reputation.

Luckily, Melissa called SiteLock at the request of her web host to help get her website back online.

Watch Melissa of Whales.net tell her SiteLock review and experience about her path to success after her site was shut her site down for days.

Now, Whales.net is protected with automated website malware removal. SiteLock reviews Whales.net each day for anything malicious or suspicious. If malware is found, it is removed instantaneously—ensuring a safe visitor experience.

Melissa describes her SiteLock experience, recalling that “I was amazed I got a live person. The person that I spoke to was very responsive, they cared and wanted to know what my story was.” To read her full SiteLock review and case study, click here.

About the company: Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises is the home of Cape Cod’s finest whale watching. Tourists travel around the world to board the vessel to spot whales, dolphins, seals, seabirds, and more.

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