Hacking of Website(s)

Over the past week we have had several of our clients contact us regarding a Google warning that was placed into their organic listing statingĀ  that “This site may harm your computer”

Upon our intervention we found that either their HTAccess file and/or the headers of their blogs were hacked into and the following code placed into them “show_gg_ds_17.js”

This code calls calls up a redirect to then go to another website where a tojan is downloaded into the clients computer.

In each case the client hadn’t upgraded their CMS software for sometime which somehow allowed for a hacker to hack into the Header and/or the HTaccess file to insert the command.

Please check your own websites/blogs to make sure that you sites are not also infected and remember to install new updates to your server/blogs to close security holes.

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