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Topic review - Malicious Attack
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KtrocK wrote:
Hi.
I'm a french webmaster and I have the same redirection on my website.
Did you get a solution ?
Because I still can't see how to get rid of it...


Reinstall Apache (it has been infected), and restrict your SSH port to only allow connections from your specific IP ranges.
Post Posted: Mar 15, 2013 9:43 pm
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Hi.
I'm a french webmaster and I have the same redirection on my website.
Did you get a solution ?
Because I still can't see how to get rid of it...
Post Posted: Mar 15, 2013 4:18 pm
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okay now im getting ads in Forigen Languages Could This Be From That?
Post Posted: Feb 17, 2013 10:56 pm
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Happen to me too when going on your main page from google.

That's the link I get when it happen: http://018a8998946cc7720150091302161404 ... m/sort.php
Post Posted: Feb 16, 2013 6:07 am
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Happened again to me, whilst clicking on the backfence.
The only other bit I had been in was the moderators panel.
Post Posted: Feb 15, 2013 11:45 am
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I'd like to report I got it tonight as well, and it never happened to me previously during the earlier incident.

I'm using IE 8, and I just hand-typed "www.fogu.com/hmforum" into the address bar, and I never even saw the fogu page at all; it redirected me straight from blank screen to porn. Didn't get the address for ya, sorry, too busy freaking out and clicking x as fast as I could. ^_^' Now I'm logged in though (I got back in by just basically trying again, though I added index.php on the end the second try) so I should be okay for tonight. Still if it happens again I'll let you know and try to get the address.
Post Posted: Feb 14, 2013 7:30 pm
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Yes, it appears to be back. I just typed the website name in the address bar and got a pop-up of a site that was...let's say..... EXTREME adult. And what's weird is I never got the re-direct issue the first time this issue occured.
Post Posted: Feb 14, 2013 11:36 am
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Just happened to me again on the index. I have adblock on.
I haven't been here since Jan 24th though
Post Posted: Feb 14, 2013 11:08 am
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Just to let you know. I have just been redirected from your forum site to a hentai sight when I refreshed the page from last night. I am using a iPad I wasn't able to get the site or banner since I didn't think it would attack my iPad. But I thought I would let you know it was still happening. It I get it again I will edit my post to include the addy and keep an eye on the banners. But like I said all I did was refresh my browser from last night and the only site I have visited in the past two days has been your A New Begining help pages and forum.


Found it the banner was
dirty,dirty dogs with fleas

Spoiler:
http://amazingtubesites.org/index.htm
Post Posted: Feb 14, 2013 9:58 am
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I just now got it by trying to go back to my User Control Panel o.0 (I had just updated my sig and clicked the link that followed, and not the link for the UCP at the top of the page, if that makes any difference).

Aaaaand here's where I was redirected to:
Spoiler:
http://da78feba09015f0c015009130120012740494526cfaf9a42e9665b9d57e421b.12.img.or.kr/sort.php
Post Posted: Jan 19, 2013 5:32 pm
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Nothing for me when I do that, But I'm not actively playing an HM game, so I get the redirect solely from the forum. Usually when I click on the backfence. rather than any other link.
Post Posted: Jan 18, 2013 6:30 pm
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For those of you who get the redirect when visiting the guides, check guides.fogu.com and see if it occurs there, before visiting anything on www.fogu.com. Don't click a link; just manually type it into your web browser and browser the guides.fogu.com site. Then come back to www.fogu.com.

The redirect, for the main computer I can replicate it on, only occurs once per day. If you've already triggered it today, you'll have to try guides.fogu.com it tomorrow.
Post Posted: Jan 18, 2013 3:17 pm
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I've been getting redirected to content that's not for kids a lot when I log in.
I just got redirected to a site when I made a post on the backfence though. It actually loaded too, a lot of times it's blocked.

Anyway I didnt copy the urls or anything sorry,
but I just wanted to give everyone some internet safety advice a computer technician told me when I spent 300 dollars fixing my desktop.

He said sometimes when you exit out of a site, just hitting the X button can be like a secret link to download the virus into your computer.
Even more likely is a window pop up, like I just got one at the porn site I was redirected to that read, "Are you sure you want to leave this page, everything you saved will be lost"

You can click yes or no, but he said either button can be a way to download the virus into your computer.
So the best thing to do is to load the task manager and end the process of your browser.

I know firefox has like an auto save, so when you reload that it will let you refresh the websites you wish to return to. :>


Now that doesn't mean that every time you get that stuff, you're downloading viruses when you exit out of it, it just means it's possible and it's out there!!



goodluck with this junk Cher!!!
Post Posted: Jan 17, 2013 3:31 pm
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I just got one going from the homepage to updates.
The homepage ads were for Holland air and LG phones.

Here are the urls I was sent to:

Spoiler:
http://8f0f6b5d9c26ca2b.fradam.com/index.php?q=YmV2cnBrZz16amR1bXlyZXVsJnRpbWU9MTMwMTE3MTE1Mi05Mjg0ODk1MjUmc3JjPTkmc3VybD1mb2d1LmNvbSZzcG9ydD04MCZrZXk9NjVERjA1MjEmc3VyaT0vaG0vaW5kZXgucGhwJTNmcz1ibG9ncyZwPTIwMTN1cGRhdGVz

http://8f0f6b5d9c26ca2b0150091301171245 ... m/sort.php
Post Posted: Jan 17, 2013 4:52 am
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Same for me, I deleted cookies, cache, history and it was okay for 2 days, but today I clicked on Posting games and there it was again.
Post Posted: Jan 16, 2013 11:24 am

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