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How to get rid of a hacked page in my shared IP

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by certify, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. certify

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    dandanfireman Well-Known Member
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    You could start by looking in /usr/local/apache/htdocs/

    I would also recommend having someone review the server to ensure that there was no further damage done by the hackers.
     
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    Pretty scary that your 1. Just now figuring this out and 2. Just now addressing the issue.

    TP
     
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    certify Active Member

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    All the index.html page are fine..

    The hacked was done when 2 weeks after I got my server early last year (non production back then). All the security are fixed now.
     
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    Anybody.. :confused:
     
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    As dandanfireman suggest, did you look at;

    You could start by looking in /usr/local/apache/htdocs/

    Also, what is the entry in httpd.conf for that IP#?
     
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