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Sites hacked - can my computer be doing it ?


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#1 worldescape

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Posted 02 August 2009 - 07:55 AM

Hello There

We own serveral travel sites including AmsterdamStay.com (JUST BEEN HACKED) AND has a google warning on it. We have had several sites hacked in last few months hosted with two different companies.

If one of our computers has a virus in it and we login to our account on the server where sites are hosted can we infect our sites , I am guessing we can but need confirmation.


I am at present running the malwareBytes-Anti Malware to see if anything shows up on my machine.

Only last month I had the machine cleaned up by a good computer guy and it was great.


Last week a one of the partners logged into my machine and downloaded MalwareRemovalBot.com on to it and since then its been acting funny, he then downloaded Microsoft Security Essentials to try fix after I complained. I still think its infected. We know his machine IS INFECTED, so I am guessing the virus came from his machine when he logged into mine ?

Would this be correct

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Posted 02 August 2009 - 12:31 PM

Hello and welcome to Bleeping Computer. You may be correct.

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