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Wordpress site redirecting in Google. (eval base64) Need someone to remove. Will pay!

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by webhosting, Aug 3, 2012.

  1. webhosting

    webhosting Regular Member

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    PM your rate. Payment through Paypal.
     
  2. sharepass11

    sharepass11 BANNED BANNED

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    Pm sent.
     
  3. webtuto

    webtuto Registered Member

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    can I know what do you mean by redirecting in google?
     
  4. Standard Toaster

    Standard Toaster Regular Member

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    Let me know if you still need someone. I can do it for $50 if it is a single wordpress blog.

    There is this php malware that spreads itself in .htaccess and redirects visitors from google to some malicious site.
     
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  5. venom555

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    I can do it for you, as i have removed my own base64 virus from php and var virus from .js files.
     
  6. monstertech6

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    check your pm.
     
  7. muxmkt

    muxmkt Power Member

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    just go to sitecheck.sucuri.net/scanner/ and scan your site...

    it will show all the infected files.

    than you open each one and remove the code that look strange (you will see which one, in the sitecheck)

    done =)
     
  8. notrin

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    i suggest you move your sites to hostgator, they provide this service for free and automated
    check out the host gator link on my site www.simplixity.net
     
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  9. webhosting

    webhosting Regular Member

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    HostGator removes this automatically or do they just have firewalls preventing?

    Thanks for all of the PM's, the issue is now resolved.
     
  10. arsaltheman

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    I'm glad that your problem is resolved... :) I never faced that prob & I hope I'll face it never... :|
     
  11. webhosting

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    Yeah, definitely not fun when it's recurring. Hopefully I've cured the problem. Has anyone hosting with HostGator had this problem and had HostGator fix it for free or is that a dream?