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Old 02-25-2014, 03:08 AM   #16
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Did you notice the url?
this site is empty and do not accept robots
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Sorry for suggesting to run the code.. Not sure that the corrupted files would reflect the modified date of the day they were changed, however in case they did I would have search for all files modified around the same date and time as the one you found containing the malicious code.
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Originally Posted by PatriceJ View Post
Did you notice the url?
this site is empty and do not accept robots
Yes, see my earlier comments.

The site is "empty" because it is not intended to deliver web pages, it only delivers whatever malicious code they want to include in your visitor's page views. It rejects bots because they deliver no value to it.

It may or may not have sent the script tags when you hit the page depending on whether they distinguish between direct browser hits and referred hits originating from the code snippet on your server. But if you were to capture the code that it returns in either case and paste it here, we can probably tell you what it does.


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