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Old Dec 3, 2012, 05:55 PM   #1
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Finding redirect in a hacked site?

My sister's work site (a small community arts group) has been hacked so mobile users are redirected to porn sites.

I've been trying to find the modified file (it's not a very complex site) so she can tell her hosting company what to change; I'm just using Safari's web inspector.. is there any way to get it to break on redirect/meta refresh?
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