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additional, to what RyPeck said, you should check, if a .htaccess - file might be found in your docroot, containing malicious redirects (if so, the attacker has write-access to your docroot and your server is probably hacked) is this url you mentioned (mywebsite.com/smth) a valid url for your site? what are your running for a software? (eg wordpress, ...


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I know of three ways for an attacker to trigger a website redirection on content from a server. If your website has any of the following - Accepts user input Advertisements Content loaded from a database It is possible a third party may have found the means to insert content on your page that will render as HTML/Javascript and trigger a redirection. ...



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