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Help me locate my competitors domains.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Spaceman, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    Guys

    Im fucked off with a competitor - false advertising - lies - scamming customers - beating me at seo (a bit) - hacking my sites and screwing them up - banned by paypal and now started another account - copying my methods - the list is endless and ive had it.

    Given that I know a domain of theirs - and I know their whois on that domain is accurate - how can I find out ALL their other domains.

    Im not talking about other domains on the same server as the one I know - im talking about all this guys domains - whereever they are.

    Also - I suspect that this fooker has passed my domains on to some list or other to be hacked automatically on a regular basis - where can I do the same to him?

    Ive had to write programs now to check my online files with local copies - and if theres a change - I have to upload my local copy - my host wont provide any help at all as the hacks are extremely well covered. For example - the hack may insert shit into my index.html file and save it - and yet the datestamp on the hosted file does not change!!!

    Any help appreciated on any of the above.

    Thanks
    Spaceman
     
  2. snwbrdstylee

    snwbrdstylee Registered Member

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    Word of advice, while I am always the first to suggest fighting fire with fire... you don't wanna get into a fire fight with an opponent who is far superior to you.

    If they can easily get access to all of your sites and they are just messing with you, do you really want to piss them off? I would imagine you would wake up to find all of your DB's deleted and your hosting cancelled among many, many other nasty things they could potentially do with enough motivation.

    At least figure out how he is getting in, fix that, then maybe attempt some sort of revenge. I am sorry though, that sounds like a serious pain in the ass.
     
  3. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    Ive already lost everything to him - theres nothing to lose. :(
     
  4. roberteb

    roberteb Regular Member

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    Are you sure your PC is clean? It could be you have a trojan / root kit on your PC and it therfore means all your passwords (FTP / Cpanel etc) are comprimised.

    I'd start by low level formating my PC and load everything from scratch (make it a minimum install and don't reload programs you're not 100% sure of) make sure you install a decent anti virus / intrusion detection (if you have it) and enable your firewall on router. Then change all your passwords FTP / WP / Cpanel etc and see if that stops the hacking.

    If the above is beyond you find another computer (parents / friend) and change all passwords from there)

    If you are still being hacked it's then probably someone who's hacked the host and there are many different ways you could keep getting hammered. If you have any money seek out a security expert to help you clean up the mess at your host and find any known exploits.

    If it were possible I'd restore my websites to a known point before the hacking started.

    That's what I'd do but I'm not a security expert odds are I'd pay someone to help me out.