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HELP! Lots of hidden keywords(links) in my site...

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by soyestudiambre, Nov 16, 2010.

  1. soyestudiambre

    soyestudiambre Junior Member

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    Hey all, i just found through google webmaster tools, that my wordpress site is infested... main keyword is "Viagra" following "cialis" "levitra" "gerenic" and a lot more.
    Cant find where this is comming from to remove it ... any ideas??

    Thnx in advance.
     
  2. keadams26

    keadams26 Regular Member

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    Do you use Easy Privacy Policy plugin?
     
  3. paincake

    paincake Power Member

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    Actually there are lots of vulnerable plugins.

    Could you please list all the plugins and their versions you're using?
     
  4. cyberzilla

    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Read this
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    http://codex.wordpress.org/FAQ_My_site_was_hacked
    Support from your hosting company is vital. Hostgator and Hostica gave me excellent support and I shall continue hosting with them. Company three has been a catastrophe, yet when I check online, other people give them good reviews. Draw your own inferences from that.


    Ideally your hosting company will be making regular backups of your site in case you need them to recover a site for you. But it's still wise to have a backup of your own, in case the hosting company fails. (Unlikely if you choose a reputable company in the first place.


    Other tips to prevent such hacking before it happens, are to change your WordPress admin user from "admin" to something more obscure, use an incredibly complicated password that includes special characters, and change your profile so that your first name is displayed, not your user name.


    It is also important to keep all your plug-ins, plus your version of WordPress up-to-date, and make certain that you do not display which version of WordPress you are using.
     
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  5. soyestudiambre

    soyestudiambre Junior Member

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    Akismet Version 2.4.0
    All in One SEO Pack Version 1.6.12.1
    Facebook Like Version 5.2
    Google XML Sitemaps Version 3.2.4
    lub-php-page Version 0.1 This plugin automates the process of installing the links page for the service linkusback.com (found here at bhw)
    Transposh Translation Filter Version 0.6.3
    Ultimate Google Analytics Version 1.6.0

    Those are all the Active plugins i have