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06-12-2009, 05:21 AM
Join Date: May 2009
Location: LA, CA
Just real quick, i found something that sounds just like my case, this is a response to him. I dont know who the web host is, just found it using yahoo search
Your website hosting has been injected with some iframe code so download your index page and remove the iframe injection and re upload. Your website hosting is not loading on my end as it times out after some time so I will let you know the exact code of injection once the website hosting loads.
you need to request your web hosting company to upgrade kernel on your server and improve security of the server to block such injections. We had similar problem on 2 of our servers but that was due to failure of kernel upgrade on those servers and we finally managed to upgrade kernel on those servers after some deep research on the hardware configuration we had for those 2 servers.
As of now you can remove the injection from you end but if the kernel is not upgraded soon then the injection will occur again.
Somehow I agree, I dont think the hacker really targettd me, from what I heard these type of things are automated. Anyway I think ive almost done what I can at the site, even removed old unused files, not that i think that even makes a difference.
If it will happen again Ill try something different, I mean it does attack just the index always.. maybe get around the file somehow. too tired ot think.
Thanks again everyone
So the source of the problem isnt some other website hosted on the same server as me right and theyre connecting from Ukraine.
I know this is a horrible thing, I mean for gods sake I am being victimized by it but still you have to admit that its really interesting how theyre doing it; good skills but evil intentions huh.
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