Hacked sites

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  1. Jon12345

    Jon12345 Newbie

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    I have a couple of my sites hosted with GoDaddy and just received an email from them saying they have malware. When I go to them, I get a browser warning that they are malware infected. So, I haven't actually viewed the page yet for fear of being infected.

    But if I can't view the page because of that, how can I see what is wrong? What would you do?

    Thanks,

    Jon
     
  2. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Go into your file manager and delete anything you didn't put there.
    Then resubmit it.
     
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  3. teamred

    teamred Newbie

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    Contact your host provider and they will delete for you.
     
  4. extremephp

    extremephp BANNED BANNED

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    Easy, but not really :rolleyes:

    100s of php files, txt files, html files, css files, js files and whatever. :eek:

    Hire a freelancer ;)
     
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    Oscommerce? I guess your site runs an Oscommerce store. I faced similar problems because there is an exploit that adds a code in all the php files.