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It's not a DNS issue if the "subdomains" are just part of the path and not of the domain part of the URL; as GoDaddy did suggest you, remove your content from your hosting provider, wipe all anew (something like "formatting", if provided) and re-upload everything. Make sure you have a strong password, because that's the main cause of someone adding ...


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is it possible for anyone to find it out anyway? Sure. Nothing is preventing people from just brute-forcing the subdomain. What you are doing is considered Security through Obscurity, and is about as good as no security at all. It's incredibly simple to implement HTTP Basic auth (or digest auth), either of which would increase the amount of protection ...


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Yes. There are plenty of services online where you can look up commonly used subdomains for a domain. A lot of that is probably based on search statistics, ad services, and so on, so it may depend on what your vhosts are hosting that determines how available they are. But yes, go and ahead and do a search for example.com subdomain list and see what you can ...


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Edit: I would just have the site hosting the script doing all this taken down ;) Interestingly if you look at the source code of the landing pages of all these hijacked sites you get the same site hosting the script that shows all that casino bologna. If you perform an nslookup of the domain of the link that's hosting the script, you see that it's ...



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