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Does anybody know what kind of this hack?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Vanrithy, Jul 7, 2013.

  1. Vanrithy

    Vanrithy Power Member

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    I believe they have defaced your server. You need to remove .htaccess from the directory and replace it with new one.
     
  3. antagonist

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    Interesting. In your sourcecode the background image is referring to http://www.petanews.de

    Perhaps you should drop them a line after fixing your issue.

    What CMS are you using btw?
     
  4. lietuvis002

    lietuvis002 BANNED BANNED

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    Yes, I know what is this and how it was done, but I wont tell that in IM forum, your database has got gaps, it was made with meta***** and **** lol. Look at files, there can be a shell or your site is really unsafe to use. Ceck every location.

    Myself, I learned to secure my own site from those black hat hackers
     
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    lietuvis002 BANNED BANNED

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    http://www.onlineslimstore.net/wp-login.php

    only an index.html got a hack
     
  6. rinor4ever

    rinor4ever Junior Member

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    What do you mean with "Do you know this kind of hack?".
    They defeaced your site. Go to your host and find how they get on.

    And what platform you was using? Maybe the reason was your theme or any plugin!

    If you need to make your site safe go and learn Hacking!
     
  7. Repulsor

    Repulsor Power Member

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    Do you have anonymous FTP set to ON? Check that in Cpanel right now.

    And well, you should remove the whole data and upload a backup. There will be a shell somewhere in your files that will give access to the hacker instantly. So remove all files, put up a backup in the place.

    And set Anonymous FTP to OFF.
     
  8. bnaimy

    bnaimy Newbie

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    From what i have heard Wordpress is quite unsecure, not sure if its true or just the rumor mil.
    I assume you are using wordpress ?
     
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    Hey, Is it so? I don't ever heard about the rumor...

     
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    Use a CMS like wordpress make sure you install security plugins in your website, I don't know what kinda hack is this but its your carelessness or due to lack of knowledge in web development.
     
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    Wordpress isn't inherently insecure, but it's open source so sometimes there are exploits. The other thing is there are a ton of plugins, most of them created by shit programmers and crackers are checking the source out every time one of them is released.

    Rename the index.html and your site should go back to normal. Then just update your wordpress or find your wordpress version and google "wordpress x.x.x exploit" to see if there are known issues. Then go through all your plugins and see if there are updates for any of them too. You'll probably find one of your plugins either has a critical update or there's some fresh exploit code out for it.
     
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    Check with your hosting provider. Change your secret keys and passwords.
     
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    DO NOT use themes, addons, scripts from nulled versions, they 90% use additional codes. Also always take a look at the codes what you put on your website.