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Hello all, i am trying to figure out whether my site was hit with a hack not sure yet. This is the issue:

I did nto create by webpage, it was created by someone that is not longer with us. We will be hiring a web person in the near future but i need to figure out the folloiwng We have a web quote on our page, that fowards to the follwoing site  I am trying to find out where this is going we are still getting the quotes via email but getting lots of gmail type of spam.. Help please
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Most exposed email addresses on the web get spammed.  You don't need to be hacked into for that to happen.  When you hire them, have your web person remove that email form if you're not using it for anything.
GeorgeKunkAuthor Commented:
thats the problem i cant find that email address on the webpage
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
That's why you're hiring a web person.  I wouldn't put the email address where someone could find it.  Can you post the link to the page so we can see it?  Maybe then we can tell you where to find it.
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GeorgeKunkAuthor Commented:

Above is the url address again anything we get from the quotes goes to an address
From: []
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
That page is no longer part of your main web site.  It doesn't look like you are using it anymore.  You are probably getting nothing but spam for that address (which is a phony by the way).  If that's the case, I would setup a filter in my email program to automatically delete any email from that address.  I think even when you delete that page the spam will continue to come because they are sending it directly, not thru that page.  Spammers normally 'harvest' or collect email addresses and put them in a program that sends out the emails directly, not thru your web page.

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GeorgeKunkAuthor Commented:
Have you ever seen anything  like this... []
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Yes, that's a standard email link you would find on a web page.  But in this case, it doesn't mean a thing because it's a phony email address.
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