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How can a website recover from code injection especially the domain name?

My website was recently hacked that apparently it came under code injection vulnerability not SQL injection. At least that's what Google is telling me and even gave me a possible iframe codes. That ...
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.htaccess attack redirect all the sites in the server [duplicate]

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My Wordpress site being hack by modifying the .htaccess [duplicate]

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Malicious script changing .htaccess files on server [duplicate]

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1answer
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.htaccess file being compromised

I have a website hosted with Dreamhost and the contents of my .htaccess file are being compromised over and over again. someone is putting stuff like this in the front of my code: RewriteCond ...
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Dissecting a website attack through a compromised FTP account

My site has been hacked and at this point, I know some details, but I'm at a loss at exactly how it happened or how to prevent it in the future. I need your help in trying to dissect the attack so ...
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The hacker added a code in .htaccess file to redirect all search engine traffic to a malware website. I am now investigating this incident and trying to find out security loop holes. My situation is ...
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Bypassing htaccess restrictions?

I found this in my apache access logs access.log:555.555.555.555 - - [05/May/2011:12:12:21 -0400] "GET /somedir/ HTTP/1.1" 403 291 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:5.0) Gecko/20100101 ...
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.htaccess htpassword protect, safe enough?

I'm blocking my site via .htaccess, htpassword. I heard from a friend that it's really a joke and it can be bypassed in a minute. Is that true? What are other methods that I can use to prevent ...
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Finding Webserver Vulnerability

We operate a webserver farm hosting around 300 websites. Yesterday morning a script placed .htaccess files owned by www-data (the apache user) in every directory under the document_root of most (but ...
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.htaccess being hacked repeatedly [duplicate]

About 4 or 5 days ago, a client came back to me saying that their site was being redirected to some other suspicious looking website from Google, Yahoo, etc., but it was working fine when the user ...