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I got hacked!

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#1 Eric Bennett

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Posted 16 February 2012 - 03:15 PM

Recently I have reviewed my website's source code for monitoring purposes, and I have found references to explicit adult websites. I operate a website design, logo design, and software development website and do not wish to have such content on my website. I have tried searching through my SQL database dump which I performed, looked through my files, directories, etc and cannot seem to find the malicious files. I can't call my hosting provider either because I use a free service (000webhost) and they have no support what-so-ever. I don't know what to do, I have suspended my website with a status 403 to prevent people from being exposed to such content. I also fear that my Google scorecard ranking might drop because of this. I desperately need your help. If you need details, here they are:

Domain invisionsoft.tk
Username a7840133
Password ******
Disk Usage 102.16 / 1500.0 MB
Bandwidth 100000 MB (100GB)
Home Root /home/a7840133
Server Name server25.000webhost.com
IP Address
Apache ver. 2.2.19 (Unix)
PHP version 5.2.*
MySQL ver. 5.1
Activated On 2011-10-09 09:43
Status Active
Content Manager: Wordpress, v.3.3.1

Active Plugins: 6Scan, Akismet, GD Press Tools, HandHeld, Login Configurator, P-Login, Register IP - MultiSite, Social Login, Themed Login, ThemeFuse Maintenance Mode, Web Security Tools.
Screenshot of source-code: http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/8931/imagexve.png

Website Address: http://www.invisionsoft.tk

Login Information:
Login URL: Click here
Username: Answers
Password: 4SDMgYrH

Thank you in advance,
-Eric Bennett (ebthepcguy)

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#2 cryptodan


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Posted 16 February 2012 - 03:57 PM

Can you get the full source code and post a downloadable file of it?

It seems that your host is potentially using outdated software and needs to update their applications.

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