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Holy Cow, My Images File Got Hacked


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#1 lt_dan

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 04:59 AM

Looking over my webstats today, I noticed some URLs that I didn't create that were in my /images/ folder. Specifically, 35 .html files from wagering.html to xanax.html to viagra.html that are apparently the next big thing in spam/advertising.

How did this happen and WTF should I do about it?

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 05:56 PM

Since you have given absolutely no details about your system, web hosting.....??

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Posted 11 August 2006 - 01:39 AM

%54%68%69%73%20%77%61%73%20%61%20%63%6f%6c%6f%73%73%61%6c%20%
77%61%73%74%65%20%6f%66%20%79%6f%75%72%20%74%69%6d%65%20
%6e%6f%77%2c%20%77%61%73%6e%5c%27%74%20%69%74%3f

Yes, it was. :thumbsup:




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