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    Question A question

    Hi,
    Can anyone tell me,
    how can I found by seeing my web browser
    that my site is hacked?
    Thanks
    DarkNite
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    look through your web server log. what kind of web server is it?

    -w0rm3y

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    W0rm3Y,
    I'm not talking about web server,
    I'm talking about web browser.
    Any idea??
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    Darknite i dont understand your question please could you give more information on what you are trying to do and ill try to help you

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    With this little info, I'll do my best..


    If there's a big pink fluffy bunny on your site..
    If th3r3'5 w0rd5 l1k3 th1s 0n y0ur s1t3..
    If there's anti israel adds (all of sudden)..
    If the site states CHINA RULEZ..

    then you know you are hacked..
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    Why do you think that your webbrowser is being hacked?
    Why should anyone do this?

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    are you talking about web browser hijacking? Are you getting random pop-ups, strange search results and other strange things while you are browsing. If so try running somthing like Ad-aware

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    Another indication that your web-browser has been hacked is if you read:
    "Owned by <<UBerlamer name here<<. Admin patch your box"
    "Greetz:<<other uberlamers' names here<<"
    "contact :uberlamer@uber.com"
    LOL
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    Originally posted here by SittingDuck
    are you talking about web browser hijacking? Are you getting random pop-ups, strange search results and other strange things while you are browsing. If so try running somthing like Ad-aware

    SittingDuck
    And while you're at it run Swatit (which is a trojan and bot remover) and an antivirus proggy.
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    Hi all,
    I think my question is a bit unclear.
    I've not caught in such a situation.
    This is a scenarion which was asked to me in
    a recent interivew.
    Scenario is like this,
    Suppose I'm the owner/ security head of a company.
    My company has its website.
    One fine day it would be hacked.
    I come in the morning open the website in a browser.
    How can I know by seeing the site that it is hacked
    and what information/ details can I get about that hacking
    from the browser.
    Actually, I'm very new to these things.
    So can anybody help me in getting the answer.
    Thanks
    Darknite
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