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CreaFx says

Nice to see a Turkish hacker with Ataturk photo.

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Reconcept says
Have a nice day.

You’re nuts. No offence :P

Just one thing:

(current year) 2009 – 1997 = 12.

And finally

1997 + 12 = 2009

This will always work. If you put 2010 instead of 2009, the outcome will also be 2010 etc :P

Still I tend to like your brains.

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MahmoudDeiab says
@Mkhaled

Are you running the latest Wordpress version? There’s a security hole on Wordpress 2.7.x, probably your site exploited because the hole.

When installing Wordpress try to use SSH and download Wordpress directly in your webserver using wget. This method will clean up your wordpress installation without worrying any virus from your computer.

I think I’m using the latest version, I actually updated it lately, and if I’m not wrong it was 2.5.8 or 2.7.8, I can’t really remember.

Actually the organization I’m working with hosted me this server and they control it, the Wordpress system is installed here http://mkhaled.com/pro/wp-admin (/pro/ cos I have a professional and personal blog) so Is it installed directly on the server ? I have a very little experience in web development field.

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MahmoudDeiab says
@Mkhaled, you could be infected with Gumblar. Once your site is infected Google and other search engines will block you to prevent spreading through their searches. One common cause of this is an infection on your local computer that steals your FTP login and then uses that to infect all of your web pages. Then your site visitors get redirected and possibly infected as well.

search Google or try this,

http://blog.unmaskparasites.com/2009/05/07/gumblar-cn-exploit-12-facts-about-this-injected-script/

1) take the website offline

2) change all of your FTP logins

3) run a complete virus scan on every computer that accesses the website to do updates (we recently switched to Avast because it seems to catch these new strains a lot better. It even watches my email and web pages)

4) clean all of the infection scripts from every web page and then reinstall it

Thanks a lot for help :)

I’ll be trying this!

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Morg says

So what your saying is that its not a human being at all.. but the beast?

You, my good man, have too much time! :D

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Madness says

they still do those index pages thingy ? ... wow

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MahmoudDeiab says
they still do those index pages thingy ? ... wow

You mean hacking your index page with a weird script, YES ! they do!

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heppa says
Guys mine has a problem as well, it was blocked by Google! Here’s the URL :

http://www.mkhaled.com

The problem started by finding some weird script at the end of the HTML code of index page, which relocates anyone goes on the website to another weird site! and now it’s blocked by Google! BTW , I also found that script in some other pages (i.e portfolio, about) and in the PHP scripts.

The HTML code is most likely injected into your database. I had that issue with my WP blog recently so even though you make a fresh install of WordPress you will bring the problem back once you import your Database backup. You need to remove all these entries in your database first using php-admin or similar.

I recently had my blog (WP ver 2.7) blog hacked and I was astonished by the tool they used. The “hacker” actually managed to upload some sort of PHP file to my domain and by using that he had access to anything. I was a regular “hacker” framework where you could easily inject code, viruses, delete databases and change anything you wanted. It was sort of a “wizard-like” aproach to everything so it took no skills to use at all. It also included a nifty little help file and had options to delete the serverlog files so that all traces were eliminated.

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