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HELP! WEBSITE ADVERTISEMENT REPLACEMENTE FRAUD


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eeb

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WEBSITE ADVERTISEMENT REPLACEMENT FRAUD:

Hello,

I run two site on Wordpress. I am getting a advertisement replacement or DNS Changer Malware on both of the sites. Not sure if it is my computer, I did a http://www.dns-ok.us/ check and it comes out clean showing green on my computer. However the Malwarebytes keeps giving me this IP as Malware: 193.109.247.57 everything I visit my websites.

I would greatly appreciated if any one can help me out with this situation anything would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

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Important: URL Query all the info you need.

Info I got for that IP is:

Initiating server query ...
Looking up the domain name for IP: 193.109.247.57
The domain name for the IP address is: s57.ucoz.net
Connecting to the server on standard HTTP port: 80
[Connected] Requesting the server's default page.
The server returned the following response headers:
HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently
Server: uServ/1.5.4
Date: Sun, 27 May 2012 00:14:55 GMT
Content-Type: text/html
Content-Length: 255
Connection: close
Location: http://www.ucoz.com/
Query complete.

You can find more information on WhoIs as to whose domain name it is, hosting, address, phone numbers, etc., unless they paid for privacy. Google Search for URL.


Edited by AstraNut, 26 May 2012 - 06:22 PM.

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