Since the introduction of Google Chrome, you could play games and videos on your website by simply copying and pasting the .apk file into your game bookmarks on your Mac or PC. This means you can embed your games and videos on your website easily without needing to repackage them or grab them from the internet. Just search for them and download them. It’s that simple.

On top of that, browser extensions like Google Video can add games to your site or Chrome web store instantly by simply clicking on the Video plugin option in the Chrome web store. This is ideal for those who want the websites they build to blend in with their videos but are concerned about “page view monetization” like social media or video commenting.

If there’s a whole group of people who do this, this can be one of the reasons why websites that start to design for this reason are overrun with malware and viruses. This is why it’s important to have a safe website and make it immune to these attacks. But think of a website instead as a channel, and the videos and games you post should be like a dish to go on the table.

What to do if your website suddenly starts getting trashed with virus or malware

If your website was deliberately infected by hackers, be suspicious and be wary of clicking on any links or opening any attachments. Take your web browser history and files back into the server and go through them again to make sure nothing unusual was changed. If there’s more than one infection you have to make sure to check it out with the new plugin or service of the service you’re on.

If you’re not sure which service is on your computer, there are a number of tools you can use to check things out. The free tools behind the growth of the internet were built for people who are less than knowledgeable with how the internet works.

At the moment there is no way to prove whether these services are actually infected or not. However, to try and prevent this from happening to you, you have to be suspicious of any service that says it will give you the ability to help identify and fight viruses. Ask them if they have any way of proving that they are being checked.