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redirects to [w.]*([^/]+)/1

Discussion in 'Security' started by zuperhost, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. zuperhost

    zuperhost Registered

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    Hi,

    Today we found a site with some redirects like this:

    Code:
    [w.]*([^/]+)/1 / http://halisahamiz.co
    m/eehs.html?h=1159251 temporary
    
    [w.]*([^/]+)/1 / http://ccselecta.it/h
    wes.html temporary
    
    [w.]*([^/]+)/1 / http://ccselecta.it/h
    wes.html temporary
    
    [w.]*([^/]+)/1 / http://ccselecta.it/h
    wes.html temporary
    
    [w.]*([^/]+)/1 / http://ccselecta.it/h
    wes.html temporary
    
    [w.]*([^/]+)/1 / http://ccselecta.it/h
    wes.html temporary
    
    [w.]*([^/]+)/1 / http://halisahamiz.co
    m/eehs.html?h=1159251 temporary
    
    [w.]*([^/]+)/1 / http://ccselecta.it/h
    wes.html temporary
    
    [w.]*([^/]+)/1 / http://halisahamiz.co
    m/eehs.html?h=1159251 temporary 
    The remove button donĀ“t work.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks you.
     
  2. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Those entries are located in the .htaccess in the root of the account. (public_html/.htaccess)

    Not sure why you cannot remove them from cPanel, but you can surely edit that file and remove them from there.


    HTH!
     
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