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From Oleg Goryunov <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Someone hacked my apache2 server
Date Sun, 04 Apr 2010 08:48:47 GMT
Yes, I assume it might be a third party problem, not my server problem, but
I need to be sure.
If it was not my local DNS hack, since at least two people from different
networks, from different cities (me and another person) observed the same
behavior. Another point is that the hacked page showed up irrespective of
the site name (I have three sites running on a dedicated server in US colo)
on all the sites that are on that server.
Could they have rerouted traffic somewhere closer to the datacenter? I
Now, the site looks OK. But I think it can happen again.

On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 10:20 AM, Lester Caine <> wrote:

> Oleg Goryunov wrote:
>> Any help is appreciated.
> Oleg - Does YOUR copy of the index page look OK reading it as a file?
> What no one has mentioned is that DNC servers have been hacked and could be
> doing the re-routing. It may not be YOUR site which is compromised.
> I can view my own sites 'locally' without going through the internet, any
> chance you can check via that route?
> If the site itself looks OK, then check the config files for apache are
> still actually looking at that site, but I suspect that because you say it
> is intermittent it may well be outside you control. We have had a number of
> sites giving us a 'problem', but when accessed with the IP address of the
> machine direct then they are actually fine!
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> Lester Caine - G8HFL
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