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My Web Hacked Twice By Ayyildiz Tim

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pinatadaisy, Jul 19, 2015.

  1. pinatadaisy

    pinatadaisy Registered Member

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    Hi, anyone ever got hacked by ayyildiz tim? My website got hacked by them.. When it got hacked for the first time, i used a service from fiverr to fix it, but after 3 days waiting and trying, it still got hacked.. Finally I make my website again from scratch, and for caution i even install new OS for my PC... After 1 day full of work, my website finally done and got online with different hosting provider... But only for about 3-4 hours and then got hacked again..

    Any blackhatters ever suffered from their attacked? Please advice me what to do, since that website is my main money site...

    Here the screen capture of my hacked website :
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    Thank You...
     
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  2. mazgalin

    mazgalin Newbie

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    did you used any plugins or themes shared around blackhat forums??
     
  3. tranza

    tranza Power Member

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    Warrior?, i think you're in the wrong forum. budd
     
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  4. pinatadaisy

    pinatadaisy Registered Member

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    Nope, thats why this confuse me a lot...
     
  5. pinatadaisy

    pinatadaisy Registered Member

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    *edited* thanx mate... Thats what hacked web could do to your brain, still paralyzed :)
     
  6. iamsolo

    iamsolo Power Member

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    Did u used old email?
     
  7. TragikGod

    TragikGod Registered Member

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    Maybe change the e-mail where the hosting information goes. They could just be getting cPanel access from there.
     
  8. misteryou.

    misteryou. Power Member

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    the theme ...........
     
  9. pinatadaisy

    pinatadaisy Registered Member

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    I don't think so, since my previous host used another e-mail... But just in case, i've changed the password :)
     
  10. pinatadaisy

    pinatadaisy Registered Member

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    Hmm, could be, coz i used the same theme for both website... But if so, then why only my site got hacked and no complain from another user that using the same free theme ? I go to their forum support and nothing complaint about hacked website...
     
  11. danider

    danider Newbie

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    Well, if you are using a CMS you should tell us which one. It may be cause of a vulnerability in it. I think this is the best starting point.
     
  12. Bionaire

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    Try using the Theme Authenticity Checker (TAC) Wordpress plugin and see if it finds any vulnerabilities in your installed themes - it may not tell you 100% for sure but try it out anyway.
     
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    Change hosting.
     
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    I get hacked like once or twice a month from script kiddies like that. It's gotten to the point where it only takes me like 5 minutes to fix. I know its a bug in my theme areas, but I like the theme so I keep its. Nothing more than a mild annoyance now. All they do pretty much is delete your index file and upload their own. If you have ftp access its pretty easy to fix. Some will change your WordPress pass but it can be overridden with emergency.php occasionally you get one that infects other files and tries to spread, but as long as you keep backups you should be fine. Always backup everything.
     
  15. Bionaire

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    Did you read the original post?

     
  16. auraita

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    * Change your all passwords (mail, cpanel etc...)
    * don't use nulled theme, plugin or modified codes by an unknown user.
    * update your database and/or update connection code in php
    * scan your code with a malicious code scanner (for wordpress)
     
  17. pinatadaisy

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    Thanx for your advice, mate.. But now my website has online again after using some web repair service.. And i saw that it installed some security plugins, so i hope it won't get hack again.. :)
     
  18. pinatadaisy

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    Yeah, just like you said.. It just change my index so the homepage display their own... I forgot to backup the first time, so i had to build from scratch again, and thats the price i have to pay as a beginner lesson :)