During the 1990s, the term "hacker" originally denoted a skilled programmer proficient in machine code and computer operating systems. In particular, these individuals could always hack on an unsatisfactory system to solve problems and engage in a little software company espionage by interpreting a competitor's code.
Unfortunately, some of these hackers also became experts at accessing password-protected computers, files, and networks and came to known as "crackers."
A hacked website is terrible and the clean-up is a lot of work for the site owner. As a website owner you need to be sure that your site is always secure. It’s important for your business and of course for your site listing in Google. Point out some tips when creating secure PHP websites: