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hacked site - redirect - stoled ranking position #1

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thisismymp3, Jan 7, 2015.

  1. thisismymp3

    thisismymp3 Power Member

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    How do these infiltrating hacking sub human scum do this.

    I didn't get a malware or hacked site warning from google instead my url was replaced by another url with my content, when i click it redirects to their louis Vuitton handbag site.

    when i do an info:mydomain.com it shows the hackers url, when i do a cache before the redirect it shows my sites content but when clicked goes to his url.

    how do i tell google that info:my domain.com should be MY DOMAIN!

    No messages in wmt or in the wordpress files that i know of... still looking though. was wondering if they put in code or its something you can do just by scraping someones site and redirecting?
     
  2. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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  3. VoidITSolutions

    VoidITSolutions BANNED BANNED

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    They had to have overwritten something...

    If you haven't got this fixed, shoot me a PM with your Skype and I'll see what I can do to help you out.
     
  4. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Exploits are all over the place.

    Wordpress themes and plugins are especially plagued.

    You may need a brand new server and a complete cleanup of your database and filesystem. This really sucks.
     
  5. thisismymp3

    thisismymp3 Power Member

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    what is the quickest way of finding where they put it in my files...

    i looked in index header php htaccess ... just sorting by the date and looking as of now...
     
  6. Ricky.Montana

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    Delete your actual website, reinstall WordPress, reinstall content, change all passwords. I know it is not easy to do, but it is the only option. Also, before install any plugin ( most of all, free plugins ), read the reviews of them. A lot of the free plugins are actually infected or sponsored by hackers. Next time take care more.
     
  7. thisismymp3

    thisismymp3 Power Member

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    i may just delete the server and do from scratch to be safe.....Wish my 700th post was something on a happy note. LOL
     
  8. BlueRibbonPK

    BlueRibbonPK Newbie

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    Report to your host, get your site cleaned. They must have injected some code to redirect your content to them.
     
  9. thisismymp3

    thisismymp3 Power Member

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    what i don't get though is the url doesn't redirect, in google it just shows my content with scammers url then redirecting to his handbag site i got his info off whois , he's in the uk and his name is mohammad
     
  10. trickeren

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    Your comment section probably allowed scripting
     
  11. Nut-Nights

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    Its damn easy to find security hole in wordpress and drupal sites. One mistake and website hacked.
     
  12. SEO Power

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    He probably doesn't live in the UK. WHOIS info can be faked. Create a new site and import all your articles from the hacked site. Then delete the entire site including its database and files and redesign the new site. For better security, consider switching to a new host.