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My site got hacked...

Discussion in 'Directories' started by wholesalechecklist, Jul 29, 2006.

  1. #1
    My site got hacked by some jerk islamic terrorist group I think. I am pretty sure they just redirected my site, but how do I fix this? I hope to god i still have my links...
    SEMrush
     
    wholesalechecklist, Jul 29, 2006 IP
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  2. EveryQuery

    EveryQuery Well-Known Member

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    Of course you have your links! After all, you make regular backups of your database, right? PLEASE, tell me you made a backup... :eek:
     
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    Lol my site got hacked by some idiot that hates president bush. Good thing I pay extra for my host to make daily back ups. That does not fix the fact that he attacked there servers :( . There bringing in new ones tho.
     
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    sachin410 Illustrious Member

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    EveryQuery Well-Known Member

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    Agreed with the previous poster. If some snot-nosed 12 yr old geek can hack your host, then you are using the wrong host!
     
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  6. Guru

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    Lol yaaaa, maybe, maybe not.

    EDIT: seems like same guy did multiple sites. Or these idiots just keep suddenly having a message to say. Dont know why they do that shit.
     
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  7. wholesalechecklist

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    So can someone please make a checklist of how I can get my site back to normal?
     
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    Well, assuming everything is right at your host, all you need to is re-install PHPLD. Then upload you template files (assuming you have them backups somewhere) and then re-install your database (again assuming you had a backup somewhere other than on your host). That's pretty much it. Then you should be back online.

    P.S. If you host was attacked though, I would strongly urge you to move to a better host!
     
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    The main thing is. you better have a backup :)
     
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    LOLZ at these hackers
     
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    sachin410 Illustrious Member

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    First thing

    Contact your host. Ask them about the exact situation and whether they have a backup.

    No use setting up the site again, if you are going to be hacked again tomorrow.
     
    sachin410, Jul 29, 2006 IP
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    Just change hosting companies, it will save you alot of time.
     
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    What's to say the *Next Host Won't Get Hacked???*... If the got to his site through the first "Hosts Computers" I think they can get through the next..
     
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    my site also has been got hacked, really a big headache.
     
    www.0058.net, Jul 31, 2006 IP