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Quick question: Does using imageshack/other iPage hosting service decrease bandwidth usage on my site? Looking forward for any answer. My other question... Hi there,.

I think somebody has stole my page, can somebody please help, what do I do about it..

Heres my site: www.sweet16ssexshop.co.uk.

Please note this is an adult toys shop.

It was fine yesterday now it comes up with as stated below when you click the logo to enter my store..

F3PN Gr0up Ownz Here.

We're: OntCx and h4sh.



Please help I have worked on my iPage site for 5 months and I'm loosing business.

Please any help appreciated on how to get it back.

Many thanks in advance..

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Of course! however you might want to make sure and wait for someone else here to confirm it as I am unsure. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the iPage guys because they can help better...

Comment #1

Hi there,.

Thanks for the advice but I have tried that and I'm getting no where!!!!.

I think they have done something to my domain.

Kind regards.

Clive..

Comment #2

You've been hacked. ms2 doesn't have any glaringly obvious hacker backdoors like older versions of Oscommerce did..

The hackers have probably gotten into the Server and run a script to replace all the inex.php pages with their own..

The Server therefore is very likely to be compromised. You should contact the Host of your site. Here is another iPage site on the same server:.

Http://www.mudserve.net.

Which shows the same page..

Short term , you should just replace the file index.php with a backup of your own. But this will keep happening again and again until the host locks down the server, and makes sure there is no rootkit on it. And obviously he'll need to close the backdoor that is giving the hackers entry!.

This post has been edited by.

Burt.

: 02 July 2004, 07:36..

Comment #3

I recall reading about this group a while back. F3PN is based in Brazil and specifically targets Linux systems using root exploits. They don't seem to hack for any reason other than that they can. You can find them on IRC on tornado.phey.net #f3pn..

Comment #4

This happened to a friend of mine. He had a iPage site hosted on his server that allowed users to upload files - someone uploaded a .jpg file that was not an image but rather a script. This file allowed a hacker to access his server over SSH as root and cause all kinds of damage. Apparently this vulnerability was present in Linux kernel 2.422 or somewhere around there - upgrading to the latest kernel patched it...

Comment #5

Hi there,.

I think somebody has stole my page, can somebody please help, what do I do about it..

Heres my site: www.sweet16ssexshop.co.uk.

Please note this is an adult toys shop.

It was fine yesterday now it comes up with as stated below when you click the logo to enter my store..

F3PN Gr0up Ownz Here.

We're: OntCx and h4sh.



Please help I have worked on my iPage site for 5 months and I'm loosing business.

Please any help appreciated on how to get it back.

Many thanks in advance..

Comment #6

Hi,.

I am quite a newbie here, but can't you just reload your files from your local PC..

I presume you have a backup on a local PC?.

Sorry if this sounds basic..

Jeff..

Comment #7


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.