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Support for Joomla 1.5 LTS ended in Dec 2012. This usually means that no more security patches (or any other maintenance patches) will be released. The "solution" is to migrate content from a known good backup to a supported Joomla version, or some other current Content Management System. Even if someone here were able to figure out a fix, you would have ...
My investigations brought me to this link: http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=432&t=341064&view=next It seems the problem is related to that information, and removing the code at the bottom labelled as ""This code use for global bot statistic" seems to have fixed the problem. Weird is, that file changes for that file are from 21.July 2012...So ...
Don't host customers who decline to keep their software updated. There is no other option if you don't want your sites to be hacked. It is impossible to secure vulnerable software. Also, any site that has been hacked needs to be wiped out completely and reinstalled from scratch or a known-good backup. Again, no other option is safe.
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