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Hack: anymonous URL on my Joomla Website[Resolve] [closed]

My website has been hacked again. There are many foreign URLs such as here. I've checked the database and there is nothing strange in my database. Does anyone know what kind of hack attack is like ...
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Joomla Linux Permissions

I installed Joomla 3 to /var/www/html directory in Cent OS 6 server. Currently /var/www/html is owned by apache:apache. What is the recommended permissions for Joomla installation on Linux in ...
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Akamai or Incapsula (or other) for CDN with DDoS Protection? [closed]

One of our clients is launching a new site and I've been tasked with making a short overview of the advantages/disadvantages of Akamai, Incapsula or other CDN providers who are strong with DDoS ...
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NGO Joomla! site: Infected with malware? JavaScript injection?

Please help us with this NGO site running Joomla! 1.5. They can't pay a security professional right now, so maybe you guys can help isolate the problem? If you go to http://casatrespatios.org you ...
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Installing Joomla with nobody:nobody user/group (CentOS/cPanel)

If you are installing Joomla via cPanel's File Manager to your mywebsite.com (user mywebsite) account, you will upload the package to your server and extract the archive. All files will have the user ...
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My VPS has been shut down now again for the second time for TOS violations, and I really need some help. [closed]

My VPS has been shut down now again for the second time for TOS violations (email spam), and I really need some help. I have been battling with my server being attacked for over a year now. Most of my ...
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Site backdoor & eval()

I'm running a Joomla 1.7 site which was hacked today. Below script did the hack. ...
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my site with joomla 1.5.14 got defaced and I'd like to know how he did it and stop it

I am supposed to manage the content of a site and it got defaced. The site is hosted on a Linux server running Apache. Apache version: 2.2.13 Linux version is Debian 4.0(I think I don't really have ...
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Viewing the configuration.php

My understanding is that you should never host your configuration.php file within the public_html directory (I am specifically referring to Joomla, but I imagine this is a cross-platform scenario). ...