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Some One Hacked My Websites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seostrike, Jun 9, 2013.

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  1. seostrike

    seostrike Junior Member Premium Member

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    Hi Folks,
    Folks i need your help.Some one hacked my websites.Don't what happened. My domain login details as well as my hosting details are not even changed.but the account have been hacked.
    URL :- http://www.seoclinch.com

    Please check Some mother F******er Name you can see. After 3 months of hard work.I have set up an account and trying my level best to get it improved.But don't know where this fuckers come from. Hacking some others websites and asking to contact me to mail Id. Please Friends i need your valuable advice.I need your help to secure my website.I am not good in programming. I am just good at seo .

    Looking Forward for your valuable suggestions

    Thanks,
    seostrike
     
  2. MachineLord

    MachineLord Supreme Member

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    If you can login in your wordpress site, go to header and footer and see if there is some unusual codes...
    Also check out your widgets as well.

    this looks like amateur work.

    If you see any unusual codes, just delete it and it should be fine. also change your password after that

    Good luck.
     
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  3. Ste Fishkin

    Ste Fishkin "I'm watching you.." - Apricot Jr. VIP Premium Member UnGagged Attendee

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    You can have it back.

    I have no use for it.
     
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    ezines Power Member

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    If you can't login, contact your web hosting and let them fix it for you. If they have a backup, they can also restore it to certain point. If they don't have, you have to restore it yourself. But to access it if you can't, contacting your web host would solve it.
     
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  6. seostrike

    seostrike Junior Member Premium Member

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    Thanks For your quick reply.May i know. how come its possible to do this..How to secure my website.Following the Guidelines of hosting site is useless.Because i have already contacted the hosting site support team.But they are really useless.. Just let me know how to make it secure and make sure it never gets hacked again

    Thanks
     
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    I'm assuming your site was a wordpress blog. If so, normally when they get hacked the database stays more or less intact, so you just need to upload the original wordpress files, and maybe edit a few things in mysql.
     
  8. MachineLord

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    Did you manage to locate the problem?
     
  9. seostrike

    seostrike Junior Member Premium Member

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    I can't even redirect to login page.its displaying the same.So,it getting hectic for me trace the problem
     
  10. seostrike

    seostrike Junior Member Premium Member

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    I have Already contacted the Webhost support team. They said they do there level best.
     
  11. MachineLord

    MachineLord Supreme Member

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    So, you cant login in your wordpress? where is your hosting? mainstream one, hostgator? Godaddy?
     
  12. seostrike

    seostrike Junior Member Premium Member

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    Yes Mate..! i can't Login..It is not redirecting to that page.My hosting is from Hostgator.
     
  13. MachineLord

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    > try to clear cache and cookies,restart dns and try to login again (maybe from another browser)
     
  14. MachineLord

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    Ok...go live with hostagtor chat. technical support. and they will sort that out for you in real time.
    Dont open support ticket. just go live on chat with them.
    You will have your site back within minutes ;)
     
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  15. seostrike

    seostrike Junior Member Premium Member

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    Ok mate..! I will have a Try and i will update it..Any way thanks For your help.
     
  16. MachineLord

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    No problem mate...hit me up anytime.
     
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    Modify\add to the .htaccess file to prevent CURL from remote hosts and what not to prevent some vulnerabilities.

    Change your WP footprint as mentioned prior, so it's not as susceptible to scraping. It's not likely you were singled out, it was likely a script and you simply fell prey.

    I won't go into details, just utilize Google and find out what best suits your needs from there after you regain access. And just to make sure you don't have a keylogger\trojan of some sort on top of that (since I assume you couldn't do a simple password reset, this would to me imply that you either used the same password more than once, or they had the password and changed not only that but the admin email account), so scan your system with malware bytes, and AVG or something along those lines too.
     
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  18. rolo01

    rolo01 Newbie

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    Which if any plugins do you have on your site?
    hack-db.|c|o|m/hacker/Vbalzumedang48/all.html - You can see they did the same thing to over 700 sites.
     
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    After you solve the hacking issue, remember that 12345 is not a good password.

     
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  20. seostrike

    seostrike Junior Member Premium Member

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    Right Now i am unable to login to my cpanel of the sites.It is not even redirecting to Wp-login..Its not just one site.It effected all my 4 websites

    Thanks,
    seostrike
     
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