My client's site shows "This site may be hacked" in Google's search result.
I restored the website, installed security plugins, scanned and removed all possible issues and requested Google for a review.
It got rejected with the following message:
We are seeing content on your site that we believe is injected by a hacker. The content may be cloaked, meaning that Google sees different content than what’s being shown to you or your visitors. You can use 'Fetch as Google' in Search Console to see the content that we are seeing. Learn about cloaking and 'Fetch as Google' here:
Here is an example of hacked content on your site:
"That. A pizza pie. Wants to
complete three sources of day."
The URL Google says is hacked is non-existent, I did a further search to see how Google has indexed the website using this URL and I can see a lot of non-existent URLs, perhaps which was injected a while back which is cleaned now.
I want to know
- How do I ask Google to remove all non-existent URL
- Re-index the website
- Lastly remove the message "This site may be hacked"