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10/7/2015 8:50 AM
 

Hi,

 

My website was hacked.
After cleaning the default aspx google approved my site again.
Now I like to know if there are files in my root who are not supposed to be there.
Below the listing.

 

Thanks, Ton Hermes

 

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51Degrees.mobi.config
DotNetNuke.config
DotNetNuke.log4net.config
SiteAnalytics.config
SiteUrls.config

 

 


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10/7/2015 10:11 AM
 

Those files exist in a fresh DNN install of mine. So, they should be good.

 

 
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10/7/2015 11:07 AM
 
My site was also hacked using a security flaw in a module I was using called Easy DNN Gallery. It was the common SEO link placement type hack, and the favicon.ico file was replaced with something the hacker could use to modify the site. Google does not detect the modified files, it only sees the SEO links. So you can clean up the links and get google to OK the site but still have your site be compromised. I actually had to pay my hosting company to analyze the site to figure out which files had been replaced by malicious look-alike files, then of course change the host/admin/database passwords because the connection string was no doubt compromised.

 
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10/7/2015 11:46 AM
 

Hi
,I alo use Easy DNN Gallery.
The website file default aspx was poluted with a lot of links ro other websites.
I cleaned the defaults aspx and removed some files.
Did you had contact with the company of Easy DNN Gallery?

 

Regards, Ton

 


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10/8/2015 6:58 AM
 
please email [email protected] so we can help you with this

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