Sunday, February 17, 2013
Joomla Hacked and redirecting to dndelectric rrnternet site
Check directory authorizations - if you see something with 777 or unusually high permissions then that could be a good start to where the problem may be from. Check error logs too that may point to something missing or something has changed Tap Into The Booming Work From Home Industry. In Spite Of A Recession There Is Increasing Demand For Freelance Transcriptionists. Salesletter Converts Well And Pays 50% Commission. Transcription Work From Home and is now throwing an error.
You want to try and identify the problem/malware/virus because it will assist you to with the next part.
Find the last backup a person begin were hacked that is a good valid copy, And go from edinburgh. Best bet is to completely relieve current site and restore from backup (fully) - assuming the backup doesn't develop the virus/malware.
Sometimes just about just be one or two lines of code added to existing lines of code that cause the redirect - they are simply tough to trace down and identify, But it can be done if you compare sizes and such. Just long. I hope this level of detail helps - all the best,
in, It appears to be your whole server is compromised if it's spreading - don't use the same password for multiple sites, Or the default login (Administrative). Always the whole passwords and the username. If you depart the username default as 'admin', Hackers usually have 50% of the login figured out. Make it tough on them by changing the owner name. Alert your host you have been hacked - they will help in these instances, And can keep it from spreading any further than your bank account. Make passwords with that host, Up and down passwords for each site (Preferably get ess cleaned the malware/virus).
Resurrecting with Akeeba puts the site back as it was before but in place of that you were hacked months ago, But only exploited. As a substitute, The hack could be exploiting a weakness within your site (On the inside of old Joomla, Or expansion, And many more). For anyone going trivial to re-use. It should be a cronjob, It could be someone's account being exploited, Maybe a dropped script has compiled and installed a new binary) It could be every little thing. Leaving an exploited or easily exploitable site live on the web for this long is bad for the whole family. Disassemble it and get expert help. Dean Marshall november 29 '11 at 0:34