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Old Jan 23, 2013, 12:07 AM   #1
Trona
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Hacked by someone known as "Fatal Error"

A couple of sites I host on a Snow Leopard Server got hacked and they replaced the index page with one of their own. I cleaned it up and the came back and left a page that said something like, "Fatal Error ownz you !"

I had left an open vnc connection to the machine over the internet and I suspect this is the means they used to gain access to the machine. I replaced the damaged files and shut off remote management and control.

Anyone have experience with this? Anything else I should do? Running a Clamav scan right now on the whole machine to see if they left anything behind. No real damage, but it's a pain in the butt. Any help is welcome.
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