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lotusgennie

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hi all

y website is hacked :) by malicios code

plz let me knw in which forum should i post this query???
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If you're referring to a warning from Norton Site Advisor, we're aware of it. It's a false positive. We're working with them to resolve. Thanks for your feedback. :)
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ok

Edited by lotusgennie, 19 November 2009 - 12:02 PM.

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Do you have a specific URL that's being reported?
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I don't think he is referring to G2G, lotusgennie posted another topic in the Virus Removal forum that sheds more light on the subject

http://www.geekstogo...de-t259021.html

i happened to browse my website and i found an alert message saying 'Reported attack site'. I checked my files and found a one line script of malicious code in many pages.
THey were redirecting my site to some virus containing site where maliciuos content was automatically being downloaded.

Each time i clean the pages, the codes apperas again



Am just wondering if it would be better to move that topic to the Web Development forum as its not something we can fix in the other forum
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Am just wondering if it would be better to move that topic to the Web Development forum as its not something we can fix in the other forum


I agree web development would be a better area :)
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