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Weird pr0n redirect - help?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by jgeeked, Jul 24, 2016.

  1. jgeeked

    jgeeked Regular Member

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    Hey guys, thought that the lounge would be the best place to ask for help.

    I've never seen this before but this is what's happening.

    All my websites that are ranked and indexed in Google, when you click on the search results (my website) it takes you to a pr0n website...

    ..BUT if you physically type in the same web address into the browser, the correct page displays.

    So basically, if mywebsite . com is listed and ranked in Google - when clicked takes you to a pr0n site.
    But if you type mywebsite . com into the browser, the correct website displays.

    I've tried multiple devices, cleaned cookies/cache and used VPN etc same result. The website it shows is "ineed2fuck"

    Any advice?
     
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  2. redarrow

    redarrow Elite Member

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    Sounds like a browser hostage hack.

    https://www.malwarebytes.com/antimalware/

    And then run avast antivirus


    If you have added any browser addon recently
    Then delete them.

    This happends to people that keep downloading free softwere must be more carefull.

    Keep us informed
     
  3. jgeeked

    jgeeked Regular Member

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    Thanks, ran Malware bytes, didn't find anything. I'm on Mac btw.
     
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    Did you download any free apps and there know on the browser addon?
     
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    jgeeked Regular Member

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    Ahh, found it. Malicious code had been injected to some of the Wordpress files.
     
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    That bad , i wonder if you username and password is safe be carefull.

    You can secure wordpress better , i guess that will help.
     
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    silvius Newbie

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    Hello. Same problem here. All of my websites on a shared hosting plan are redirecting to this porn site when accesed from google ranking. Saw that .htaccesss were changed in order to make the redirect. How did you solved the problem @jgeeked?
     
  9. jgeeked

    jgeeked Regular Member

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    Hey, who are you hosted with? Maybe we are on the same host.

    Also, I installed the free plugin "wordfence", did a virus scan via cPanel and also changed all passwords. So far, this has fixed the problem.