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google and wtf

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by slasher, Feb 17, 2004.

  1. slasher

    slasher Registered

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    when i go to the google site it takes me to a site that has cpanel on it & says 'There is no website configured at this address'

    What the hell is going on?
     
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    Are you using your servers name servrs?
    Sounds like you may be, and someone may have added google domain to your server :D :eek:
     
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    You have a virus on your computer that you either got through e-mail or accidentally downloaded on the internet. The only relation this has to cpanel is that the site the virus is directing you to has cpanel software on it.

    Buy some anti-virus software and you'll be all set.
     
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    I remember that nitemare :(
     
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    There's a constant stream of people who are infected with that virus. I took that message on our webpage down for a week and we'd get a call or two a day about it so I put it back up -shrug-
     
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    You'd think this would be under control by now, but I guess not. It never bothered me because I was hit by a minor virus a few years ago and have been careful ever since.

    Anyone remember that happy99 I think it was called? The one that gave a nice little fireworks display? :D That one taught me. It was a cute little display though. ;)
     
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    Re: Re: google and wtf

    We have Anti-Virus software and it's up-to-date. Its Symantec Corporate Antivirus.
    I have run the fix tool on my laptop and it didn't pick anything up, and I am now running it on the server. If it doesnt find the virus on the server does that mean our ISP is infected?

    *EDIT* Yep, no virus on server. Anyone have any ideas?
     
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    ok found the problem

    seems that the page was stuck in our server cache, forcing the browser to get a new copy of the page seems to work.

    I still dont know how we got it in the first place as our virus scanner updates every hour.

    Thanks for your help everyone.
     
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