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txt is virus?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 834llds2, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. 834llds2

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    my web site > :S .txt
     
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    I have removed your attachment, I saw no need to have it here.

    Is there some issue with your cPanel server?
     
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    This code is constantly being taken to my website. Please do not delete the add. I want to listen to the reviews of other users.
     
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    There is no reason for reviews of malicious code on this forum. If you suspect a security issue with your site but have no idea on what to do, you should hire a professional to help.

    You can find a listing here for this:
    Dev & Sys Admin Services « Application Catalog

    Good luck.
     
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    Hello,

    Since you are a reseller, contact your Host and they will assist you to sort this out.

    Thak you,
    Nibin.
     
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    There are some basic security tweaks that you can also do at your side before escalating this issue to your host.
    1)Set stronger ftp password to your site.
    2)If you are running any application and that require admin access then please make sure that you have
    set stronger password for admin user.
    3)Correct the permission of files and folders if they are having insecure permission like 777.
    Correct permissions for file would be644 and for folder 755.
    4)Scan your data with antivirus.
     
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