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This site may harm your compute

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by crazyaboutlinux, Jul 4, 2009.

  1. crazyaboutlinux

    crazyaboutlinux Well-Known Member

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    when i search my site in google it shows This site may harm your computer

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    Did you mean: e gujarat times  
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          egujaratitimes
          This site may harm your computer.
          egujaratitimes.com. is under re-construction. Meanwhile Visit our Epapers.
          www.egujaratitimes.com/ - Similar
    now please tell me how to remove that Harmful message from Google Search Engine .

    And Is there any tool , software or something else which scan whole my website & find out if there is any suspicious code, iframe code , script code add, redirection code, Trojan , Malware added
     
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    It seems that your website has been ranked in the google when the crawlers crawled into your website and that's the status as you mentioned in Google. You will need to check the files if any of the files are injected with iframe, eval, base64_decode, etc. You can even compare the injected files with the backup available.
     
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    how can we do that?
     
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    Chance are your site has already been hacked and the message you
    are seeing actually doesn't normally come from Google but rather other
    anti-virus or security software you may have installed on your computer
    and modifies the Google search results.

    Chances are high that your computer is infected with a monitoring trojan
    and your web files at your host may have already been compromised
    (thus the alert warning on the search results) which means you need
    to go through all your web files and make sure nothing has been
    added to them that shouldn't be there and you need to thoroughly
    scan your home computer with the latest updates to good virus and
    trojan scanners.
     
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    If you're using Firefox or Chrome, and enter the URL directly you'll get a warning message. Similarly with any browser and searching Google and clicking the link. It's part of Google's Safe Browsing if I recall correctly. You can see why your site was flagged here. So in short the message does come from Google.

    If you visit the aforementioned link you'll see this:

    Like already said, you may want to run virus scans on your site files, and compare with a known good backup. Then request a review of your site with Google.
     
  6. SteveWh

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    Your computer and your website are both infected. It's possible to know this because the malicious domain mentioned in Google's Safe Browsing diagnostic report is "martuz.cn".

    Martuz (and gumblar) are PC infections that steal FTP passwords and use them to hack the websites.

    Everyone with FTP access to the site should scan their PC with an antivirus program other than the one they normally use. Then change your FTP password. Then clean out the malicious iframes that you'll probably find in all your website's pages.
     
    #6 SteveWh, Jul 5, 2009
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