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4/20/2016 4:52 AM
some ass*** has been attacking my DNN portals with SQL injection attacks for the last couple of month or so. I keep restoring backups and loosing days worth of data and users keep getting pissed at me for this.
My installation is acting really weird lately. I can't add new modules if I use a responsive skin I purchased and no matter what skin I'm using DNN does not "save" my module displacement. If I move a module let's say from let's say the top pane to the Main pane everything seems to be ok but once I come back on the page everything has gone back to the previous situation.

It's not keeping track of what I do. Did anyone else come across this problem? Is there a solution to it?

I'm using Framework 4 and DNN version 07.02.02 (216)

Thanks for any help on the subject matter.

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4/21/2016 3:39 AM
did the hacker succeed modifying database content?
DNN should be save against it, but 3rd party modules might not.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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