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Website Hacked by Persian Boys Hacking Team www.c2sfa.com

Dear Friends

Last two hours back our website c2sfa.com is hacked by Persian Boys Hacking Team.  and right now it is displaying their message.  Can you pleaes help me as how this has happened as I am completely clueless with It.  Earlier also we could find out some hacking attempts to website through our logs.  It will be of great help to me if you could trace out any security flaw which is there in the website

Thanking You in Advance

Dilip
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bbaoIT ConsultantCommented:
fixed now?
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jderaCommented:
Your best bet for checking your website is to run HP WebInspect or IBM Appscan, both have trials.  If you want something totally free check out Paros Proxy.

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techboi7Commented:
What software are you using to host your website?  IIS for example?
Check the Root of your website path (default for IIS would be "C:\\Inetpub\wwwroot" and then maybe a folder that you have the actual site installed in.

Anyway, check for files such as default.htm, default.html, index.htm, index.html, main.htm, main.html...
You should be able to right-click these files and the open them in NotePad.  After opening them in notepad, you may see the html code for their message that they have showing up on your site (or the files that they uploaded should show their html code).

Our site was just hacked and was showing a message by these guys.  Thankfully they weren't able to overwrite our main page file (index.php) but you may not have been so lucky.  All we did was delete the files they uploaded and our main index.php file loaded again by default in the web browser (we deleted the files after backing them up just in case we would need them again).

They got in through a hole in our IIS that allowed the to use the PUT command.  Post a reply if you have any question.  I hope I wasn't confusing in my descriptions.
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