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Re: Xoops site hacked - beware!
  • 2008/4/5 23:11

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As said earlier, reset to uninfected backup. Waited.
Next day, got infected again.
Reset to backup and disabled TinyEvent. Waited.
Nothing happend since then.
Imho, count TE as the vulnerability in this cases.

Updates are really necessary. Thanks for advice, esp. about Protector.



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Re: Xoops site hacked - beware!
  • 2008/3/28 10:24

  • propaed

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Here is whois of attacker for your consideration

http://www.who.is/whois-ua/ip-address/od.ua/



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Re: Xoops site hacked - beware!
  • 2008/3/28 10:13

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Identical problem, also yesterday.

Run an earlier backup, which is clear of infection.
Could find no malicious code in blocks, but in banner and footnote.

Xoops version 2.0.13.2

My modules were

tiny event 1.01
addresses 1
formulaire 3.23
pd-downloads 1.2
dh-info 2
c-html 1.01
p´tites annonces 1.4

and
xoops

forum 1
news 1.1
contact us 1
links 1.1


Guess, besides the hacker, tiny event is the culprit.




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