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Redirect that can not be removed on subdoman

Discussion in 'Security' started by martin.f, Aug 12, 2015.

  1. martin.f

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    Hello,
    On one of our account that have 3 sub domains we have an interesting redirect on only one of them that looks like this

    (?i).*\.log$

    When removing the redirect this still comes back.
    On that sub domain we are running SugarCrm?

    This look very suspicious should we worry?
     
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    It is actually under Cpanel - Subdomains. When i try to manage redirection and delete it it comes back.

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    The redirects page is going to show the redirects configured in your .htaccess file. I suggest reviewing your bash history and Apacahe access logs to see if that helps you to determine how that file is manipulated. Review the scripts within the account to see if any should not be there or have been modified.

    Thank you.
     
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