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9/1/2016 12:13 PM
 

After a successful hack attempt by someone in Amsterdam who hacked in, created an admin account, and uploaded some files that I assume were to be a virus, fortunately, I caught it before anyone else did, and removed the files, so now, I have found it necessary to remove the login.aspx page and create an alternative way to log in to my 7.0.6 site. How can I do this? My idea is to create a page with a screwed up URL, set it to not be in the menu, not to index, and save the page and use that as my login, but before I do that, is there a way to login without having an actual page to login? I went to the Admin settings, and tried to set another page as the login page, but the login.aspx page just redirects to the new page with is contradictory to what I am trying to accomplish.

 Any ideas?

Thanks, Jeff

 
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9/1/2016 7:36 PM
 
Jeff,
- Upgrade to at least DNN 7.4.2
- install and run latest version of DNN Security Analyzer (https://github.com/DNNCommunity/Secur...)

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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